Through the Diocese of North Carolina
St. Paul’s is working with the Diocese of North Carolina to support relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Matthew.
St. Paul’s is serving as a regional collection point for donated supplies to benefit the hardest-hit communities throughout North Carolina as well as the Episcopal Farmworkers Ministry. The diocese is providing lists of needed supplies (see below) and will sort through and distribute all donations. Bring all donated supplies to the Goodheart Entrance and place them in the marked bins.
For the latest information on diocesan relief efforts, visit the diocesan web site.
- Drinking water
- Bagged dry or canned pinto beans
- Dry rice
- Salt and sugar
- Canned/non-perishable food (esp. canned meats or beans) with easy-open pop-top lids
- Other non-perishable food
Clothing, and toiletries and supplies in sizes and styles for men, women, boys and girls:
- Sweaters and sweatshirts
- Toiletries (toothbrushes, razors, soap, shampoo, etc.)
- Sleeping mats
- WalMart gift cards
- Baby supplies (diapers, wipes, etc.)
- Gloves and masks for cleaning mold
- Other cleaning supplies
We’ll need help delivering the donated supplies to Raleigh. Please e-mail our Director of Outreach and Stewardship Ministries at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know if you have a large SUV or truck and are interested in delivering to Raleigh.
Through Episcopal Relief and Development
St. Paul’s is collecting financial donations to support Episcopal Relief and Development’s hurricane relief efforts.
The Episcopal News Service released an article earlier this week on the impact of the storm and the Episcopal Church’s efforts to help its victims recover from the damage.
If you would like to help, send a check, payable to St. Paul’s with “Hurricane relief” in the memo line, to Director of Stewardship and Outreach Ministries Sally Dudley.