Property Tax Abatement: If you experienced damage/destruction to real or personal property, notify the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office by visiting the office, calling 693-3451 or by email email@example.com You should have complete details of the damage, including insurance claims of which you may have access at this time.
Red Cross Assistance: 804-642-9478
Assistance: Office of Emergency Management at 693-1390
Drop-off for large loads of debris: Middle Peninsula Landfill and Recycling Facility, Route 17, north of Gloucester Court House
Emergency Assistance: Red Cross service desk at Bellamy United Methodist Church on Chestnut Fork Rd.
Volunteer coordination efforts also at Bellamy United Methodist Church. Donations of food and clothing are being accepted.
Potable water distribution: WaWa at White Marsh, Wellford-Talliforo Wayside on Ware Neck Road, just off Va. Route 14, 2 miles east of Gloucester Courthouse, at the entrance to Ware Neck, a spigot at Hickory Fork and Cedar Bush Roads; Beech Grove Church. Bring your own water containers.
Gloucester County Emergency Management Office at 693-1390.
Dominion Virginia Power: 1-866-DOMHELP (366-4357) for power outage information
Salvation Army: Gloucester office between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and the Virginia Peninsula Command from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. is accepting clothing, blankets, bathroom goods, pop cap canned food and bottled water. Monetary donations by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY. Volunteers needed: until April 27 to help sort donated items for the Salvation Army. Call 804-642-3960.
Eastern Eye Associates Optometrists at 3449 George Washington Memorial Highway is collecting items for the Gloucester Chapter of the following organizations:
-Food, personal care items, and cleaning supplies to be taken to Gloucester Salvation Army at 7057 Linda Circle in the Hayes Plaza
-Monetary donations: give directly to Gloucester Chapter of the American Red Cross Salvation Army through EVB bank. Designate “Salvation Army – Gloucester Tornado” on your check.
School donations: Supplies: Gloucester Main branch of BB&T is accepting donations of school supplies for displaced Page MS students. Drop off items like pens, pencils, highlighters, dry erase markers, loose-leaf paper notebooks, scissors, tape and glue sticks in the lobby through Friday, April 22 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Contact Charlyn Hudson at 804-693-0628
Financial donations: send to Gloucester Co. Public Schools Educational Fund and note "Page School Needs”, 6489 Main Street, Bldg. 2, Gloucester, VA 23061.
Deltaville Fire Station, 16881 General Puller Highway
Volunteers: Operation Blessing at Philippi Christian Church: 374-0944
Residents needing cleanup help: 274-8650
ISLE OF WIGHT CO:
Red Cross Assistance: 757-838-7320
County Health Dept. damage: Call 514 4785 about appointments, etc.
JAMES CITY CO:
Emergency Management: 757-564-2140. Callers will be referred to area resources if needed.
Grove Disaster Relief donation questions: TowneBank at 757-564-4703 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BERTIE COUNTY, NC:
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center: Colerain Community Building, 106 Academy Street. Hours: Thursday: Noon to 7:00 p.m., all others 7:00 a.m. to 700 p.m.
Online: FEMA Website for NC residents
Emergency help line: 1-252-794-5330
Emergency Operation Center: Colerain EMS building, 110 Winton Street
Donations: NO LONGER NEEDED: clothes, ice, water, food. STILL NEEDED: first aid supplies, containers for personal effects (plastic or cardboard), hand sanitizer, sunscreen, diapers, baby items- wipes, formula, food; toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, pillows/cases, personal hygiene kits, bug spray, paper plates, plastic cups and utensils, tarps.
Donation drop-off site: Bertie Co. Parks & Recreation Dept., 101 W. School Street, Windsor (Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm).
Victims can pick up supplies at: Colerain Baptist Church, 202 North Main Street (Tues&Thurs 10am-3pm), Askewville Baptist Church, 110 E. Askewville St. (Mon-Fri 4-7pm), and Greater Wynns Grove Baptist Church, 221 Wynns Grove Church Rd, Colerain (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Red Cross assistance site: Colerain Baptist Church, 202 N. Main Street, to get a hot meal.
Baptist Men’s Association: assist residents with damaged homes. Go to Colerain Baptist Church, 202 N. Main Street or call 1-800- 395-5102
The Samaritan’s Purse: assist residents with damaged homes. Go to Askewville Assembly of God, 105 Askewville Bryant Street, Askewville. For eligibility information, contact 1-828- 406-4311.
Free tetanus shots at Bertie County Health Department, 102 Rhodes Avenue, Windsor, NC; Colerain Baptist Church, 202 N. Main Street; Askewville Assembly of God, 105 Askewville Bryant St. Call (252) 794-5322 for more information about tetanus.
Other medical needs (prescriptions, etc.) at Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center, 109 W. River Street in Colerain
Grief Counselors: Grief counselors at Askewville Assembly of God, 105 Askewville Bryant Street, Askewville and Colerain Baptist Church, 202 N. Main Street, Colerain
Disaster Relief Fund: for Colerain and Askewville victims at County Manager’s Office, 106 Dundee Street, Windsor; Town of Colerain Office at 101 C. Winton Street, Colerain; mail donations to Bertie Co. Tornado Relief Fund, PO Box 530, Windsor, NC 27983. Checks should be made out to "Bertie County Tornado Relief Fund."
Bertie Co. Humane Society: Free dog food, dog houses for tornado victims; can house pets if needed. Contact Gay Faella at 325-3647
ANYWHERE IN NORTH CAROLINA:
Sen. Kay Hagan's office wants to hear from anyone needing storm-related assistance: 1-877-852-9462 or visit her website for up-to-date information and resources.
DEPARTMENTS OF INSURANCE INFO:
Download from Va. Bureau of Insurance Website
Consumer Inquiries for Va. Bureau of Insurance: 1-804-371-9741
Download consumer guide from NC Dept. of Insurance
Consumer Helpline: 1-800-546-5664 (In-NC only) or (919)807-6750