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Six donors have contributed to the Bladen Disaster Recovery Team CrowdRise Community Thrives fundraiser. The goal of the fundraiser is to raise $10,000 to assist Bladen County residents that are still displaced and/or struggling from the damages of Hurricane Florence.

Rev. Darrell Copeland, the Secretary of the non-profit, Bladen Disaster Recovery Team said, “I believe this fundraiser will help in the future and today with people who have needs. There are still people without homes. The funding will help provide for their safety, security, as well as their emotional needs.”

Rev. Copeland added, “It’s so stressful being without a home. We want to help people get back to a sense of normalcy.”

Barbara Knight, also with the recovery team, wants people to be reminded of the importance of the funding for this non-profit. When you give to this fundraiser, you are doing more than giving money, you’re restoring hope to families affected by Hurricane Florence. The Bladen Disaster Recovery Team is dedicated to assisting hurricane victims in Bladen County.

Donate now visit:

https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/bladen-disaster-recovery-team-north-carolina?utm_campaign=ocmultiteam&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=crowdrise

 

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