Find a Volunteer Opportunity in the Hurricane-Affected Area
Search here for volunteer opportunities in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. These opportunities may require travel and specialized training or skills.
If you are planning on volunteering directly in the hurricane-affected area, please click here for important health information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.NOTICE: It has come to our attention that an organization that calls itself "United States Rebuilding of the Hurricane Affected Cities Program (USRHACP)" apparently has been claiming that USA Freedom Corps is one of its sponsors. USA Freedom Corps has not and is not sponsoring USRHACP, and there is no association or affiliation between USA Freedom Corps and USRHACP.
Find a Volunteer Opportunity in Your Community
Volunteers are currently needed nationwide to support both the relief effort in the hurricane-affected areas and ongoing community-based services.
Click here to find a volunteer opportunity in your community
The most effective way people can assist relief efforts is by making cash contributions to relief funds that have been established by the respective state governments in the disaster area.
Lists of Humanitarian Organizations
- Network for Good
- National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
- American Red Cross
On February 3, 2006, the Red Cross informed the public that sufficient funds have been raised to cover the costs associated with the 2005 hurricane disaster response. The Red Cross will no longer initiate fundraising activities for these hurricanes.
Information for Individuals Making Contributions
Hundreds of thousands of volunteers visit our site every day, looking to help the survivors of the hurricanes.
Learn how to post your volunteer needs here
Businesses Supporting Businesses
The President has asked all Americans to reach out and support their counterparts in the affected area. If you are a business that would like to support another business, we can help you make that connection.
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