SALT Disaster Volunteer Survey

Schoharie Area Long Term (SALT) recovery is reflecting on volunteerism and its contribution to the recovery of homes and businesses along the Schoharie Creek Basin region of New York State. As part of this process, we are conducting a survey so that we might better understand who volunteered in the recovery process and why. The survey will be part of a larger project that explores the critical role volunteers play after a disaster event. We hope this information will be useful for other communities that may face similar challenges.

In addition to the survey, we are in the process of conducting the “Building Hope, Recovering Community” collaborative storytelling project, coordinated by SALT and the New York State Folklore Society with volunteers from the community. It is our goal to create a repository of stories about service and survival in the aftermath of a natural disaster so that New Yorkers of the future will have a better understanding of the storm’s impact, the residents’ will to survive, and the efforts of volunteers from across the region and the country to assist the community rebuild.

If you are interested in assisting with this project or sharing your story of service, please contact the SALT office at 518-702-5017 or info@SALTRecovery.org.

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