Hurricane Irma

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Trees Cut - Debris Removal - Mold Remediation Available for Homeowners

SC 2-1-1 is working in collaboration with Crisis Cleanup to connect homeowners with post-storm services. South Carolina residents who need help with debris removal, mud-out and other clean-up services due to Hurricane Irma should call 2-1-1 between 8:00am and 5:00pm to get entered into the Crisis Cleanup system. Homeowners are linked with reputable and vetted relief agencies that assist in chainsaw work and debris clearing, as they are able. All services are free, but service is not guaranteed due to the overwhelming need. 

If you are looking for other general information on disaster resources after Hurricane Irma or other resources, dial 2-1-1. Available 24 hours/7 days a week.

 

State and Federal Information and Resources

South Carolina Emergency Management Division

Small Businesses

FEMA

 


Donate to Relief Efforts

United Ways in the impacted areas of the state are working to support relief and recovery efforts in their communities.

100% of your contribution will remain in South Carolina to help our state's citizens impacted by the storm. 100% of funds will be used for relief and recovery efforts for hurricane victims. 

To make an online donation click on a link below, or
mail a check payable to UWASC to 400 Arbor Lake Dr., Suite B-500, Columbia, SC 29223. Indicate Hurricane Irma in the memo line.

 

Donations for United Ways in all impacted areas 

 


Volunteer SC

If you're interested in volunteering to help with clean-up and recovery efforts, you can find available opportunities at VolunteerSC.org.

If you can accept volunteers, register your agency.

 

Check back often for updates and new opportunities. For help, email volunteer@uwasc.org.

 

For agencies that need to track volunteer hours, please use this PDF