Exercise caution in Hurricane Michael aftermath
October 10, 2018
Please make sure you have your supplies (batteries, flashlights, first aid kit, water, nonperishable food, that can be opened without electricity, hand wipes, etc.) Be sure to secure important papers (insurance policies, banking information, prescriptions, etc.) in a waterproof folder or envelope.
AFTER THE STORM HAS PASSED
Be smart and be safe
. Most serious injuries and death occur after the storm has passed. As you check your home and check on neighbors, pay attention to your surroundings, looking for downed power lines, snakes, red ant mounds (which travel in flood waters) and other hazardous debris the storm may bring.
in your neighborhood until emergency workers have completed search and rescue, verifying that it’s safe to travel outside your immediate community.
Report church damage
to your District Superintendent and on the disaster hotline (see below for the number).
Be the eyes and ears
in your community. If assistance is needed in your community call the disaster hotline: 855-CAT-FUMC (855-228-3862) who will assist in coordinating assistance for your area.
Photo courtesy Rev. Wayne Wiatt.
- Florida focuses on Hurricane Michael for Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27
- Gift will match up to $500,000 in Hurricane Michael donations
- Hurricane Michael special collection
- Conference ready to help survivors get back on their feet
- Wait, pray, give as Hurricane Florence batters coast
Donate here to the Florida Conference Hurricane Michael Fund
to help churches and the neighborhoods that surround them. Through December 31, 2018, donations will be matched up to $500,000.
to bring yourself or a team to help with the recovery.