Hurricane Florence ravaged the Carolinas last week with a historic amount of rainfall and damage, which left the people affected by the storm to deal with the aftermath this week and for the foreseeable future.
For them, it appears they won’t be undergoing the recovery process alone, with several area programs assisting in donating supplies and holding drives to support the victims of the storm.
Several teams are doing their outreach through hosting on-campus donation drives for clothing, water, food and other essentials.
Let’s all help our fellow North Carolinians in any way we can!— UNC Tar Heels (@GoHeels) September 17, 2018
Donation drop off will be open Tues - Fri in the Williamson Center parking lot#GoHeels pic.twitter.com/XmpIKS3tke
Proud of our student-athletes as they helped and served the Tar Heel State early this morning before class #HurricaneFlorenceRelief pic.twitter.com/iVBpjpsUZJ— UNC Men's Golf (@UNCmensGolf) September 21, 2018
Reminder: Today through September 29 we're collecting items for #Florence relief— Duke Football (@DukeFOOTBALL) September 18, 2018
Let's make an impact for our friends in need
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Proud to announce a partnership with @UWNorthCarolina to assist those in need on the coast after Hurricane Florence. I’m hoping my coaching peers can donate to help the people get back on their feet! pic.twitter.com/ZhXmYFEe4S— Kevin Keatts (@CoachKeattsNCSU) September 19, 2018
ICYMI - NC State Athletics is joining the efforts to aid in relief and recovery from the effects of Hurricane Florence.— NC State Athletics (@PackAthletics) September 19, 2018
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Over the last week, Appalachian State track & field student-athlete Cam Hunter has "Made an Impact" by collecting water for those affected by Hurricane Florence #MakeAnImpact— App State Athletics (@appstatesports) September 19, 2018
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Other programs have T-shirts for sale that have phrases imprinted such as “One Carolina” or “Carolina Strong.” According to the schools, all proceeds will go to programs such as Habitat for Humanity and other organizations assisting in hurricane relief.
Together, we are Carolina Strong.— ECU Athletics (@ECUAthletics) September 19, 2018
100% of net proceeds will support the Rural Prosperity Initiative.
Women: https://t.co/OaKmUBXUlU pic.twitter.com/hZJw1b8Ujz
☝️Carolina— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline) September 18, 2018
Our thoughts are with those who were impacted by Hurricane Florence. @CoachWMuschamp 🤙#Gamecocks https://t.co/BR98XV0dN2 pic.twitter.com/3GuhP09ghv
Hurricane Florence canceled or postponed several football, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball matches the past weekend. Many of the programs that had games canceled are the ones assisting in the relief efforts that are sure to be a long process.
The National Weather Service station in Raleigh announced North Carolina had a cumulative rainfall of 8 trillion gallons throughout the state.
Help @RaginCajuns Athletics send relief supplies back home with Coastal Carolina after this Saturday's game!— UL Lafayette (@ULLafayette) September 19, 2018
👉 DONATE FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT CAJUN FIELD 👈 #CareForCoastal 👐
Drop off your non-perishable donations on Friday or Saturday at Cajun Field! pic.twitter.com/gpe0ClBdtH
Thanks to everyone who has already donated to #HurricaneFlorerence Relief efforts. Coaches and programs interested in donating please send a dozen shirts, shorts and/or shoes as you’re able. Our hearts go out to all the those affected by the storm . @ECUAthletics @EastCarolina pic.twitter.com/5QCXJJ7f0P— ECU Men’s Basketball (@ecubasketball) September 19, 2018
Now that Florence has left the Big South region, it’s our turn to make an impact!— Big South Conference (@BigSouthSports) September 18, 2018
Donate to the @RedCross today.https://t.co/5A9YRIQtfp pic.twitter.com/DXRfaAZISk