Thank you so much for your support of the CAC Team and our efforts to help those impacted by local crisis.
Ever wonder what happens to your donations to the CAC? With your support and the help of many volunteers, including a large group of employees from Cisco, we delivered over $15,000 in supplies to those in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
Coordinating our Florence response required the help of many volunteers. And now we are weathering another bad storm: Hurricane Michael.
Remember a few weeks ago when Jack asked us all to keep something in reserve for more storms? Well, once again, Jack was right. We need volunteers, safe havens and financial support to help those impacted my Michael. Are you able to help? If so, go to CACTeam.com and sign up to volunteer, provide a safe haven, or contribute.
For each deployment we have folks working behind the scenes; gathering data on where our help is needed and where our people can safely go, reaching out to those who signed up to volunteer in the field or to provide Safe Havens, monitoring the CAC Team Zello Channel to gather information and stay in contact with our volunteers, processing reimbursements for volunteers, and calling stores outside of the area to arrange for the pick up of supplies.
TSP, I know that we’ve asked for your help many times, but the weather doesn’t care. Please consider helping CAC Team and see how far we can take our volunteer efforts to get people food, water, hygiene kits and more.
As always, it is an honor to work by your side helping people in need.
Make it a great week!
Citizens Assisting Citizens is a small 501(c)(3) not for profit organization run entirely on volunteer power and donations from our supporters. While your year-round donations help us cover administrative costs and keep our organization running, we are gearing up for another deployment for Hurricane Michael, and your support is needed once more.