WV VOAD has created a new resource manual for residents, community organizations and state agencies seeking assistance or looking to assist others after a disaster.
WV VOAD member agencies are making progress on two new homes that have been a long time coming for several flood survivors in Nicholas and Kanawha counties.
An Elkview couple is receiving major repairs to their home after it sustained damage in the June 2016 flood.
This Rainelle flood survivor has moved into his new home!
He and his mother escaped four feet of rushing water in their former home during the…
Volunteers often travel long distances to help with recovery and rebuilding efforts here in West Virginia.
An extended family in Clendenin once again has safe access to their property after it sustained major damage in the June 2016 flood.
The intent behind the award winning WV VOAD Bridge project is to provide families who were affected by 2015 & 2016 flooding and lack the resources to recover on their own with safe bridges that will be as resilient as…
DONATE: If you would like to make an online donation to the West Virginia VOAD to help with WV Disaster events, please visit The United Methodist Foundation of WV. Please select the WV VOAD Recovery Fund. To make a donation by check…
West Virginia VOAD is currently assisting with anticipated flooding beginning February 23, 2018. If you need assistance please call Crisis Cleanup at 304-606-3452 There will be volunteers available to receive information about your damage for volunteers.