Responding to West Virginia Floods

West Virginia is struggling to cope with the “once in 1,000 years” storm that caused flooding in which 23 lives and more than 500 homes were lost.   As you can imagine, immediate clean up and recovery are the focus now, but they are also beginning to assess needs for the region’s long term recovery.

Philanthropy West Virginia, GCRI’s sister organization, is organizing support for the long term recovery of the region. Both Nicholas and Greenbrier counties are plentiful in donations of supplies, but need monetary donations, particularly as they look towards long-term recovery.  

Complete information on recovery efforts and needs

Link to conference call on recovery efforts and funding needs

  • If you have any questions, needs, or resources to share, please contact Philanthropy West Virginia at 304.517.1450.