The 2018 hurricane season has been extraordinarily active in parts of the U.S., with Hurricane Florence currently impacting millions in the Carolinas. As this natural disaster unfolds, the staff here at VolunteerMatch is doing its part to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you are prepared and safe. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know about the most effective ways to contribute.
Recycle4Haiti Foundation IncRecycle4Haiti Foundation Inc
Recycle4Haiti Foundation Inc. mission is to collect recyclables from friends, neighbors, and businesses to better the environment and convert into cash. The proceeds will be given towards domestic and international survivors of a natural disaster. Read more
Recycle4Haiti Foundation Inc. mission is to collect recyclables from friends, neighbors, and businesses to better the environment and convert into cash. The proceeds will be given towards domestic and international survivors of a natural disaster.
Recycle4Haiti Fooundation Inc., is 501c3 tax deductible organization. As RWB ramps up its efforts to raise funds for additional medical, nutritional, and educational projects in Haiti, it is expanding to occupy office space at Tallahassee's Railroad Square Art Park as a permanent location. Volunteers will collect and sort recyclables from residents of Tallahassee.
If you're not in Tallahassee, don't worry, we are looking for self starters that can plan fundraising campaigns/events or collections drives among their friends, families, peers or colleagues. Drives may be held at home, at your school or at your workplace.
Everything funds raised or collected will go directly towards aid for survivors of natural disasters overseas.
I did enjoy working with the leader and a man named William. The people were nice to talk to. (Of course, one of them complained about sorting through cans and bottles. Not long ago, he complained about someone for something similar.)On another note, we ate good food on a regular basis.
The one event I disliked was working at Belk's. We didn't sell that many tickets and it was so boring. It didn't help that we had to be there until 5 P.M. At least, we took a short break.
Despite this, I might not continue. Not because it's become a virtual opportunity, I just don't have a group of friends to assemble.