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In-Kind Donations and Cash Donations Are Needed for Hurricane Matthew Disaster Relief Efforts

Funds for the disaster relief effort are always the thing that is the greatest need. You can make a credit card donation by calling Kecia Morgan at 1.800.395.5102, ext. 5613 or mailing a check to: NC Baptist Men, PO Box 1107, Cary, NC 27512 Memo line: Hurricane Matthew Disaster Relief.

You can also give on-line at http://baptistsonmission.org/Missions/By-Type/Disaster-Relief/Hurricane-Matthew. As a reminder, contributing to the North Carolina Missions Offering supports all NCBM ministries and makes disaster relief and all ministries possible.

In-Kind Donations are also needed. If you would like to donate other items, please follow the list below. Please do not deviate from the list below as these items are specific to requests from the areas affected.

  • Canned Food
  • Hygiene items
  • Baby products (diapers, formula)
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Building materials
  • Furniture
  • Appliances   (It is assumed that all furniture and appliances are in good condition/working order)

Please make sure items are clean, sorted, palletized, and shrink wrapped if at all possible.

We are NOT accepting CLOTHING!

All donations need to be delivered to our Red Springs Missions Camp in Red Springs, NC or our Shelby Mission Camp in Shelby, NC for distribution. For Red Springs please contact Larry Osborne at 910-843-7700 or 919-264-4397 to schedule your delivery. For Shelby please contact David Brown at 919-422-9990 or 704.487.5599.

If you have other items that you feel NCBM Disaster Relief could use during this time of disaster please call Larry or David  with the item, age of item, working condition of item and any other information you feel is needed.

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NC Disaster Relief is funded primarily by donations. A 100% of your designated gift will be used in disaster relief efforts.

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Update

We are preparing to possibly send medical and construction teams to Haiti (and possibly Cuba) after Matthew passes.

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