J Cole Lends A Helping Hand To His Hometown Fayetteville In Wake Of Hurricane Florence

 Overflown streets in Fayetteville, NC, after Hurricane Florence -    courtesy of Dreamville

Overflown streets in Fayetteville, NC, after Hurricane Florence - courtesy of Dreamville

J. Cole will be providing a helping hand to the community, children, and families affected by Hurricane Florence in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Hurricane Florence damaged many homes leaving many families displaced with limited resources and without daily necessities.

Specific efforts will include food stations placed throughout the city, temporary housing options for families, and stocking of food pantries/shelters. Joint efforts in the form of supporting other local who are helping the residents of Fayetteville.

How To Get Involved

You can get involved by going to The Dreamville Foundation’s website where you can make a donation for $10, $25, $50 or any amount you can afford.

Stats

Inches of Rainfall

Rainfall in North Carolina has broken a state record, according to preliminary reports from the National Weather Service. More than 30 inches were recorded in Swansboro, N.C.

Power Outages

About 900,000 outages as of Saturday morning, mostly in North Carolina, with Duke Energy anticipating 1 million to 3 million homes and businesses losing power

People in Shelters

More than 19,000 people in shelters in North Carolina, 6,400 in South Carolina and 400 in Virginia.

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Alexander Ramalho