United Way Gives Ways To Donate To Hundred/Littleton Flood Relief
United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley had a presence at last night’s Long Term Recovery Committee meeting in Hundred, WV. Several residents, the United Way and other non-profit agencies sat down together to organize how the flood recovery will look on a long term basis. Those attending spoke of individuals and families still without homes. It was also stated that skilled laborers such as plumbers, contractors block/concrete workers, electricians and bridge inspectors/builders are desperately needed to volunteer time and talents to help rebuild. In addition, building materials, such as, drywall, lumber, paint and paint supplies, appliances and furniture are needed to gain momentum on this recovery effort.
The residents of Hundred/Littleton area are already working to bring their community back to a safe, secure and sanitary place to live. With the help of United Way and other area agencies and businesses we hope to keep the residents of Wetzel County on the path to recovery. Survivors of the July floods have a strong sense of community which is what the United Way is all about but they need your help to completely recover from such a devastating loss.
If you wish to donate time or materials you can contact the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley at 304-232-4625 to be connected to those organizing efforts in the Wetzel County area. Monetary donations can also be made by calling the Hundred Alumni Fund at 304-775-2430 or sending a check to United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley, 51 11th Street, Wheeling, WV 26003 and mark in the memo Wetzel Flood Relief.