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Volunteer

 

Why should you volunteer? To fill a need, share a skill, be part of a team, to have an impact. Those interested in volunteering can contact the Washington Information Network or call 2-1-1 for volunteer opportunities. Visit the web site and select the "Search by Keyword" tab, then enter the keyword "volunteer” and enter a location to find opportunities in your area.

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Cash Donations

 

Washington residents wanting to assist their neighbors in recovering from storms, flooding or other disasters are encouraged to make cash donations to a charity of their choice.Cash Donations

Cash donations allow organizations involved in responding to and assisting in disaster recovery efforts to purchase specific supplies and materials in the quantities most needed.

 

You may also contact your local Office of Emergency Management, Washington Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (WAVOAD), or your favorite charity for more information on how to donate to the recovery efforts in Washington State.

 

Washington Interfaith Disaster Recovery Organization
c/o Associated Ministries

Send donations to:
PO Box 15207
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 360.710.7248
www.widro.org (for donation information)

Salvation Army

P.O. Box 9219
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 1.800.SAL.ARMY
www.salvationarmynw.org

 

 

Long Term Recovery Groups

Clallam County:

Clallam County Long Term Recovery  Committee

Contact: Jamye Wisecup, EMD
223 East 4th St., Suite 6
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone: 360.417.2525
Email: jwisecup@co.clallam.wa.us

 

 

Cowlitz County:

Cowlitz County Long Term Recovery  Committee
Salvation Army


Contact: Captain David Davis
1639 10th Ave.
Longview, WA 98632

Phone: 360.423.3992
Email: David.Davis@usw.salvationarmy.org

 

 

Grays Harbor County:

Grays Harbor Salvation Army

Contact: Jodie Jones
118 W. Wishkah St.
Aberdeen, WA 98520

Phone: 360.533.1062
Email: Jodie.Jones@usw.salvationarmy.org

 

 

King County:

White River Valley Citizen Corps Council COAD - covering Algona, Auburn, and Pacific

Contact: Karen Rames, Caseworker

Phone: 253.735.6523
Email: krames1@msn.com

 

 

Lewis County:

EAST:
White Pass Community Services Coalition's Disaster Recovery

Contact: Toni Nelson, Program Coordinator (RN)
PO Box 789
Morton, WA 98356

Phone: 360.496.5404
Email: nelson2322@yahoo.com


WEST:
Lewis County
Long Term Recovery Organization

Contact:
Sharon Gober, Executive Director
    360.291.5983
Susie Duren, Casworker
     360.740.8323
Kristen Focht, Volunteer Coordinator
     360.291.5930   

PO Box 1610
Centralia, WA 98531

 

 

Mason County:

Mason County Long Term Recovery Organization

Contact: Alvin Aosved
25140 NE SR 3 (PO Box 1197)
Belfair, WA 98528

Phone: 360.275.3714
Email: aaosved@pnwumc.org


 

 

Pacific County:

Pacific County Disaster Recovery Organization

Contact: Laurie Johnson, Director
PO Box 54
South Bend, WA 98586

Phone: 360.942.0081
Email: pacdrohelps@aol.com

 


Pierce County:

Disaster Response

Contact: Marci Scott, DEM

Phone: 253.798.2218
Email: mscott@co.pierce.wa.us

 

 

Skagit County:

Skagit Interfaith Disaster Recovery Organization

Contact: Tom Ross, SIDRO President
PO Box 462
Burlington, WA 98233

Phone: 360.630.7633
E-Mail: sidro.skagit@gmail.com  

 

 

Snohomish County:

Sky Valley Disaster Recovery Committee

Contact: Michol Phillips, Director
202 Dickinson St.
Monroe, WA 98272

Phone: 360.348.5802
Email: skyvalleyDRC@gmail.com

 

 

Thurston County:

Thurston County Long Term Recovery Organization
c/o Volunteer Center of Lewis, Mason and Thurston County

222 Columbia St. NW
Olympia, WA 98501

Phone: 360.741.2615
E-Mail: disaster@volunteer.ws


 

Whatcom County:

Whatcom Long Term Recovery Coalition

Contact: Andy Day
1800 Broadway
Bellingham, WA 98225

Phone: 360.778.8440
Email: oem@cob.org
Web site: www.cob.org


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In Kind Donations

 

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Donations of food items are always needed at local food banks. This is Grocery Cartespecially true in the current economic climate as well as after a disaster such as a flood or severe storm. To find your local Food Bank, see the Washington State Food Pantries List, or call 2-1-1, for assistance and information.

 

 


 

Why cash donations? In-kind donations such as clothing, household supplies, etc. can quicklySupplies become a burden for local emergency managers and disaster relief agencies. This is due to the additional resources and cost associated with accepting, sorting and distributing the donations to citizens or organizations impacted by the disaster.

 


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