Since its founding in 1999, the Carolina Center for Public Service (CCPS) has been central to the University’s response and relief efforts in the aftermath of disasters in North Carolina, the nation and the world. CCPS serves as a hub for disaster relief information and other resources, including relief project grants.
For Dorian-related information, volunteer opportunities and donation opportunities coordinated by the State of North Carolina, visit the Volunteer NC website.
Check back to this page for updates about ways you can support affected communities. If you have information to be included, please share it with us.
In the wake of a natural disaster, many people want to help but don’t know how to get started. Read tips on how to volunteer and donate responsibly.
Previous Disaster Relief Efforts
Carolina students, faculty and staff have helped with previous disaster relief efforts over the years:
- Hurricane Dorian, September 2019
- Hurricane Florence, September 2018
- Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria Disaster Relief, August and September 2017
- Hurricane Matthew, October 2016
- Nepal earthquake, May 2015
- Hurricane Sandy, October 2012
- Hurricane Irene, August 2011
- North Carolina tornadoes, April 2011
- Japan earthquake, March 2011