When:
September 5, 2017 @ 8:00 am – September 9, 2017 @ 9:00 am
2017-09-05T08:00:00-04:00
2017-09-09T09:00:00-04:00
Where:
Homes in the Orangeburg area
Contact:
Nancy Ulmer
(803) 726-3105

The great flood of 2015 and Hurricane Matthew have long passed, but not everyone has recovered. The South Carolina Disaster Recovery Team continues to help people whose lives were torn apart. During the first week of September, September 5-9, they will be focusing on the Orangeburg area. They are seeking assistance from The great flood of 2015 and Hurricane Matthew have long passed, but not everyone has recovered. The South Carolina Disaster Recovery Team continues to help people whose lives were torn apart. During the first week of September, September 5-9, they will be focusing on the Orangeburg area. They are seeking assistance from us.

Nikki Ulmer, the volunteer coordinator for the disaster recovery effort, says, “We are looking to have local individuals or teams (even small ones) come together with our construction supervisors to work on homes in the Orangeburg area. At this stage in recovery we are focusing on rebuild so, depending on the home site, we are looking at dry wall, floThe great flood of 2015 and Hurricane Matthew have long passed, but not everyone has recovered. The South Carolina Disaster Recovery Team continues to help people whose lives were torn apart. During the first week of September, September 5-9, they will be focusing on the Orangeburg area. They are seeking assistance from us.

Nikki Ulmer, the volunteer coordinator for the disaster recovery effort, says, “We are looking to have local individuals or teams (even small ones) come together with our construction supervisors to work on homes in the Orangeburg area. At this stage in recovery we are focusing on rebuild so, depending on the home site, we are looking at dry wall, flooring, roofs, etc as far as work goes. Even a full day of volunteerThe great flood of 2015 and Hurricane Matthew have long passed, but not everyone has recovered. The South Carolina Disaster Recovery Team continues to help people whose lives were torn apart. During the first week of September, September 5-9, they will be focusing on the Orangeburg area. They are seeking assistance from us.

Nikki Ulmer, the volunteer coordinator for the disaster recovery effort, says, “We are looking to have local individuals or teams (even small ones) come together with our construction supervisors to work on homes in the Orangeburg area. At this stage in recovery we are focusing on rebuild so, depending on the home site, we are looking at dry wall, flooring, roofs, etc as far as work goes. Even a full day of volunteering would be helpful but if there were retirees or others at St. Andrew’s that could volunteer for multiple days that would also be great. Our minimum age is 14 and anyone under 18 would need supervision. Anyone interested in finding out more can contact me at nulmer@umcsc.org or 803-726-3105.”ing would be helpful but if there were retirees or others at St. Andrew’s that could volunteer for multiple days that would also be great. Our minimum age is 14 and anyone under 18 would need supervision. Anyone interested in finding out more can contact me at nulmer@umcsc.org or 803-726-3105.”oring, roofs, etc as far as work goes. Even a full day of volunteering would be helpful but if there were retirees or others at St. Andrew’s that could volunteer for multiple days that would also be great. Our minimum age is 14 and anyone under 18 would need supervision. Anyone interested in finding out more can contact me at nulmer@umcsc.org or 803-726-3105.”us.

Nikki Ulmer, the volunteer coordinator for the disaster recovery effort, says, “We are looking to have local individuals or teams (even small ones) come together with our construction supervisors to work on homes in the Orangeburg area. At this stage in recovery we are focusing on rebuild so, depending on the home site, we are looking at dry wall, flooring, roofs, etc as far as work goes. Even a full day of volunteering would be helpful but if there were retirees or others at St. Andrew’s that could volunteer for multiple days that would also be great. Our minimum age is 14 and anyone under 18 would need supervision. Anyone interested in finding out more can contact me at nulmer@umcsc.org or 803-726-3105.”