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Hurricane Volunteer Support Fund

In the wake of the recent hurricanes, the Corporation for National and Community Service is coordinating volunteers across the country to assist with repair and relief efforts in areas affected by this devastating storm. Your donation will support volunteers in providing food and shelter, managing donations, helping victims get necessary assistance, and long-term rebuilding efforts. For at least the next 90 days, all donations to the Corporation’s Disaster Relief Fund will be directed toward the Hurricane Volunteer Support Fund to support relief and rebuilding efforts in the impacted areas. 


Click here to donate online to our
Disaster Relief Fund / Hurricane Volunteer Support Fund using

To donate by mail, please make checks payable to the Corporation for National and Community Service and send to:

Corporation for National and Community Service
Attn: Disaster Relief Fund / Hurricane Volunteer Support Fund
1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20525

Click here to learn more about the Corporation's hurricane relief efforts.

Thank you for your interest in making a financial contribution to the Corporation for National and Community Service. Your generous donation can be used to support the important work that we do according to the following catagories:

General Program Funds

Supporting operations and systems such as faith-based and community initiatives, technical & training assistance, research & development, recruitment and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.

Senior Corps

The combined efforts of the more than 500,000 older Americans who share their time, wisdom, and talents as RSVP volunteers, Foster Grandparents, and Senior Companions. These individuals reach out to other seniors in need, mentor and tutor youth, and help communities overcome a variety of challenges.


More than 70,000 AmeriCorps members nationwide who serve as tutors and mentors to youth, assist in building affordable housing with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, teach computer skills to seniors and youth, restore parks and streams, coordinate after-school programs, help communities respond to disasters such as the recent hurricanes in Florida, and so much more.

Learn and Serve America

Service-learning programs in schools and community organizations that help more than one million students from kindergarten through college meet community needs, while improving their academic skills and encouraging the habits of good citizenship.

Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA)

More than 6,000 AmeriCorps*VISTA members nationwide who serve with more than 1,200 nonprofits, public agencies, and faith-based organizations to alleviate poverty by improving literacy rates, health services, small business development, housing opportunities, technology access, and so much more.

National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC)

More than 1,000 young people, ages 18-24, participating in this team-based residential program that strengthens communities and develops leaders. These members provide disaster relief, tutor children, build homes for low-income families,
help preserve the environment, and help communities meet their challenges.

Disaster Relief Fund

The Corporation’s disaster relief efforts focus on meeting people's immediate emergency disaster-caused needs. When disaster strikes, the Corporation coordinates thousands of volunteers across the country to assist with repair and recovery efforts in response to fires, hurricanes, floods and famine. Volunteers assist with a variety of services such as feeding victims, housing and revitalization efforts.

Click here to donate online now using, a government-wide transaction portal sponsored by the Financial Management Service (FMS) of the United States Department of the Treasury.

If you are an organization and would like more information on being a Corporate Partner, please email or call 1-800-424-8867.

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