Victim Of Hurricane Florence? BeenVerified Wants To Help You

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Flooding on September 17, 2018, after Hurricane Florence.
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As residents of the Carolinas, parts of Georgia and Virginia, and other surrounding areas are picking up the pieces after Hurricane Florence’s devastation, BeenVerified wants to help victims with a special offer. People who live in the affected areas can get 1 week of people, property, phone number, and email searches for free (up to 20 searches). Confirm contact information, addresses, and more to get in touch with other friends and loved ones affected by the hurricane. Because the more you know, the safer you and your family may be.

If you want to donate cash (which is generally the preferred donation) many organizations like the American Red Cross, Donors Choose, and GoFundMe are currently accepting cash donations. The Diaper Bank of North Carolina, Loaves and Fishes, and Feeding the Carolinas are just a few of the organizations accepting supplies and food donations.

There is also a reported blood shortage in the areas affected by Hurricane Florence. If you live in non-impacted areas in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, you can contact the American Red Cross to make an appointment to donate blood.

If you want to assist in relief efforts in the affected areas, you can sign up through a site maintained by the United Way Association of South Carolina.

If you are unable to get in touch with a loved one, check the American Red Cross’s Safe and Well website or call 1-800-REDCROSS.

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