Economic Recovery Volunteer Program- Hurricanes Harvey, Maria and Irma
Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast on Friday, August 25, 2017 and lingered over the Gulf for several days. The extended rainfall has led to record amounts of rain and catastrophic flooding across many counties and parishes in Texas and Louisiana. Then along came Hurricane Irma, which battered the U.E. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Florida and numerous other southern states. IEDC is now gearing up to provide a range of assistance in the economic recovery of the region. The aim of these efforts are to help local economic developers get businesses back up and running and increase the post-disaster survival rate so people can back to work as quickly as possible and the affected economies can recover. As such, IEDC is seeking volunteers to serve in varying capacities and duration. Typical activities may be providing advice on what worked in your community in the past and how to prioritize recovery activities, or serving as an instructor or presenter on key economic recovery topics, serving as a volunteer at a business recovery center, and more. We do not yet know the timing, but expect to coordinate the volunteer program in the coming year and beyond.

Please use the form below to indicate your interest in participating and we will share further details on how your help will be best deployed.

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