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FFCC Heads To North Carolina

Hurricane Has Passed But The Impact Continues


Carteret County, North Carolina weathered the Hurricane force winds and rain. Then came the flooding from the rivers. Now as the water recedes and the cleanup begins, inspectors are having to condemn homes and apartments leaving a critical shortage of housing for families in the area.  All the shelters are full and the closest affordable housing for many families is at least 2 hours away.  It is a very challenging situation for this community.  

FFCC will take a team this October to help where needed, especially with those homes that are salvageable where families need help mucking out so repairs can begin.  You can help in two ways:

1.) Travel with FFCC to North Carolina from October 13 - 18th.  Contact Phil Harris if interested at philffcc@san.rr.com 

2.)  You can donate to the Hurricane Florence Relief Effort by sending your tax-deductible donation to FFCC or by donating online (www.ffccsd.org).  Just be sure to note, "Hurricane Florence" in the memo of your check or in the instruction box online.  100% of your donation will go towards the relief effort. 


12463 Rancho Bernardo Road, PMB #158

San Diego, CA 92128

"Hurricane Florence Relief Effort"

With winter fast approaching, helping these families get back in their homes will be a huge blessing.  Your help and support is greatly appreciated! 

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