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How do I volunteer?

Concerned individuals across the country have been following the devastation from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and Maria - as well as the Northern California wildfires - and asking how they can help. If you are interested in volunteering in the relief efforts, one of the below organizations may be your best starting point. Some of the groups listed may be able to deploy volunteers immediately. Others are accepting registrants now, but will wait until conditions are safer to contact them and provide assignments. Help will be needed for many months down the road – and we’ll continue to update this page as new volunteer opportunities arise.

Volunteer Opportunities

Supplies Needed

  • Puerto Rico - this United for Puerto Rico Guide lists an array of needed emergency and constructions supplies. They can be sent to: Unidos por Puerto Rico, Coliseo de Puerto Rico Jose Miguel Agrelot, 500 Avenida Arterial B San Juan, PR 00918

If you prefer to make a financial donation, AARP and AARP Foundation are collecting funds to help victims of Hurricane Maria with a dollar-to-dollar match of up to $250,000. One hundred percent of the funds will go to organizations providing relief and recovery support to disaster victims. Click here for more information.

To find disaster relief projects in your community, review the results below.

Volunteer Opportunities in 20003

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A message from FEMA

“Right now where we need citizens, neighbors helping neighbors, is in the life safety mission. The objectives are clear: restore power, ensure lifesaving and life sustaining supplies, provide emergency medication, and maintain security. This response and recovery will take the whole community.”

-Brock Long, FEMA Administrator

Find the most current FEMA information on:

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Maria