Hurricane Florence Relief

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Guilford County Government in conjunction with the City of Greensboro, City of High Point and the Greensboro Builders Association are partnering together to collect donated items in response to the needs of families and individuals affected by the recent impact of Hurricane Florence and the flooding aftermath in Southeastern North Carolina particularly Pender County and surrounding areas. Donations and supplies are being collected throughout the county in numerous locations until October 5, 2018.

Items of need identified by residents in impacted areas of Southeastern North Carolina include:

  • Canned & Non-Perishable Food Items
  •  Tee Shirts, Socks, Sweat pants and shoes                   
  •  Bottled Water
  •  Batteries/Flashlights
  •  Infant Supplies (Formula/Diapers)
  •  Senior Supplies (Adult diapers, underwear, Pads)
  •  Toilet Paper & Moist Towelettes
  •  Manual Can Openers
  •  Tarps
  •  Large Shovels and Muck Forks
  •  Large Trash Bags
  •  Latex Gloves
  •  Respiratory masks and mops  
  •  Bleach
  •  Safety Vests
  •  Duct Tape
  •  Wood
  •  Hand Sanitizer
  •  Gas Cards
  • toothpaste
  • deodorant
  • shampoo
  •  shaving equipment
  • toothbrush
  • soap 

Drop Off Sites

Guilford County Government is designating nine locations to serve as drop off sites for county employees who wish to contribute donated goods and supplies while other municipal partners like the City of Greensboro and City of High Point along with business partner Greensboro Builders Association are graciously providing locations throughout the community for residents and the general public to bring their donation contributions.

The City of Greensboro is designating 11 recreation centers as drop off collection sites. They include:

Brown Recreation Center – 302 E Vandalia Road

Craft Recreation Center – 3911 Yanceyville Street

Glenwood Recreation Center – 2010 Coliseum Boulevard

Greensboro Sportsplex – 2400 16th Street

Griffin Recreation Center – 5301 Hilltop Road

Leonard Recreation Center – 6324 Ballinger Road

Lewis Recreation Center – 3110 Forest Lawn Drive

Lindley Recreation Center – 2907 Springwood Drive

Peeler Recreation Center – 1300 Sykes Avenue

Warnersville Recreation Center – 601 Doak Street

Windsor Recreation Center – 1601 E Gate City Boulevard

The Greensboro Builders Association is coordinating with several locations accepting donations and supplies:

Greensboro Builders Association office - 115 S. Westgate Drive, Greensboro

Northern Guilford High School - 7101 Spencer-Dixon Rd, Greensboro

Northwest High School - 5240 NW School Rd, Greensboro

Rody’s Tavern - 5105 Michaux Rd, Greensboro

Devaney Dentistry – 1580 NC-68, Oak Ridge

DH Griffin  -  4716 Hilltop Road, Greensboro

The City of High Point is designating five sites to serve as drop off locations.  All recreation centers are open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (M-Th), 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (F) and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sat.).  They include:

Oakview Recreation Center  503 James Road

Allen Jay Recreation Center – 1073 East Springfield Road

Deep River Recreation Center – 1529 Skeet Club Road

Morehead Recreation Center – 101 Price Street

Southside Recreation Center – 401 Taylor Avenue

All City of High Point recreation centers are open (Mon.-Thurs.) 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., (Fri.) 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and (Sat.) 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.