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STATEWIDE RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, NONPROFITS, FARMS, AND TOWNS Statewide Resources for Residents, Businesses, Nonprofits, Farms, and Towns Name of Resource

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Statewide

Money, in-kind contributions

Statewide

Craft Emergency Relief Fund

Efficiency Vermont

Statewide

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) — Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont Farmer Money, items for Emergency Fund auction fundraiser

Statewide

Preservation Trust of Vermont

Statewide

Red Cross Blood Drives

Statewide

U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Farm Emergency Loans

Statewide

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

Statewide

U.S. Small Business Administration

Statewide

U.S. Small Business Administration Business Physical Disaster Loans

Statewide

U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans

Statewide

Vermont 211

Statewide

Vermont Agency of Agriculture Farms First Program

Statewide

Vermont Arts Council Cultural Facilities Grants

Statewide

Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects

Statewide

Type of Assistance How to Donate To assist craft artists with grants, nointerest loans, access to resources, waivers and discounts on booth fees, and donations of craft supplies Donate online at and equipment www.craftemergency.org/donate

Free repair assessments, workshops, and rebates To assist public entities, nonprofits, individuals, and businesses. (application deadlines in effect) To assist organic and NOFA member farmers with grants and zero-percent-interest loans

How to Apply for Assistance

Fill out online forms at www.craftemergency.org/artists_services/emerge ncy_relief or contact relief@craftemergency.org Fill out online form at www.efficiencyvermont.com/about_us/efficiency_ vermont_news/Irene/general_info/irene_recovery. aspx

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

www.craftemergency.org

Craft Emergency Relief Fund

www.efficiencyvermont.com/about_us/ efficiency_vermont_news/Irene/general _info/irene_recovery.aspx Efficiency Vermont

— Register at www.DisasterAssistance.gov www.DisasterAssistance.gov Donate online at www.nofavt.org/programs/farmfinancial-resources/farmer-emergency- Contact Kirsten Bower at 434-4122 ext 16 www.nofavt.org/flood Donate online at www.gifttool.com/donations/Donate?ID =198&AID=377 or To assist nonprofits, towns, and send check payable to: businesses with matching grants up Contact Ann Cousins 802-343to $500 for Emergency Conditions Preservation Trust of Vermont 8180ann@ptvermont.org; Eric Gilbertson 802-272and Engineering Assessments for 104 Church Street 8543 eric@ptvermont.org; or Paul Bruhn 802-343Money historic buildings Burlington, VT 05401 0595 paul@ptvermont.org www.ptvermont.org Check www.redcrossblood.org/nne for Blood Blood drives local blood drives — www.redcrossblood.org/nne Get information and forms at www.fsa.usda.gov/FSA/webapp?area=home&subj ect=diap&topic=landing&utm_source=spotlight&ut m_medium=click&utm_content=rotation1&utm_ca Money To assist farmers — www.fsa.usda.gov mpaign=2011Hurricaneseason http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?sr To assist residents with mortgage c=/program_offices/housing/sfh/ins/20 Money insurance — Contact 225-5342 or answers@hud.gov 3h-dft To assist renters and homeowners with loans up to $40,000 to repair or replace clothing, furniture, cars, Fill out form online at www.sba.gov/content/applying-disaster-loan, or go appliances, etc. and loans up to to a local Disaster Recovery Center, or contact $200,000 for homeowners to repair 800-659-2955 or www.sba.gov/content/home-andor replace their primary residence to disastercustomerservice@sba.gov Money personal-property-loans its pre-disaster condition — To assist small businesses and nonprofits with loans up to $2,000,000 for physical repair or Apply online at www.sba.gov/content/businesswww.sba.gov/content/businessMoney replacement — physical-disaster-loans or contact 800-659-2955 physical-disaster-loans To assist small businesses and nonprofits with loans up to $2,000,000 to meet financial Apply online at www.sba.gov/content/economic- www.sba.gov/content/economic-injuryMoney disaster-loans obligations — injury-disaster-loans or contact 800-659-2955 Help finding help with everyday needs or in difficult circumstances. Vermont 2-1-1 is a simple number to dial for information about health and human service organizations in your Dial 211 or visit www.vermont211.org for more Assistance community. — information. www.vermont211.org No-cost assistance to help farmers and their families find solutions to immediate personal and family www.vermontagriculture.com/farmfirst/i Money issues and concerns — Contact Farms First Program at 877-493-6216 ndex.html To assist nonprofits with matching grants up to $20,000 for Donate online at Deadline passed (Oct. 6); for information contact Money improvements to facilities www.vermontartscouncil.org 828- 5425 www.vermontartscouncil.org To assist residents and businesses Pro bono architectural with planning for repair and Check list of participating architects at www.aiavt.org/outreach/disasterassist services restoration — www.aiavt.org/outreach/disasterassist

Federal Emergency Management Agency Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont

Preservation Trust of Vermont Vermont Red Cross

U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

U.S. Small Business Administration

U.S. Small Business Administration

U.S. Small Business Administration United Ways of Vermont in cooperation with the Vermont Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster and Vermont Emergency Management

Vermont Agency of Agriculture

Vermont Arts Council Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects


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STATEWIDE RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, NONPROFITS, FARMS, AND TOWNS Statewide Resources for Residents, Businesses, Nonprofits, Farms, and Towns Name of Resource

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Statewide

The Vermont Community Foundation Special and Urgent Needs (SUN) Fund Money

Statewide

Vermont Department of Labor

Statewide

Vermont Disaster Relief Fund

Money

Statewide

Vermont Division for Historic Preservation

Money

Statewide

Vermont Economic Development Authority

Money

Statewide

Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund

Money

Statewide

Vermont Farm Fund Emergency Loan Program Money

Statewide

Vermont Food Bank

Money

Statewide Statewide

Vermont Horse Council Vermont Legal Aid

Money —

Statewide

Vermont Red Cross Response Fund Money

Statewide

Vermont Response

Volunteer

Statewide

Goods, services

Statewide

Vermont Response Exchange Vermont State Housing Authority

Statewide

VT Clean Up Day

Money, volunteer, goods

Statewide

VT Irene Flood Relief Fund

Money

Statewide

WaterWheel Foundation

Money

Type of Assistance How to Donate To support nonprofits that were directly impacted by Tropical Storm Irene or have seen an increased demand in services due to Irene. www.vtfloodresponse.org

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

Vermont Community Apply online at www.vermontcf.org/sun-irene-fund www.vtfloodresponse.org Foundation Fill out online form at labor.vermont.gov/DUA/tabid/1641/De Vermont Department of Disaster Unemployment Assistance — labor.vermont.gov/DUA/tabid/1641/Default.aspx fault.aspx Labor To assist residents with long-term United Ways of Vermont in recovery. The United Ways of cooperation with the Vermont Vermont is the fiscal agent for this Voluntary Organizations fund. Grant decisions will be made Donate online at www.vermont211.org. Active in Disaster and by the Long Term Recovery Mail a check to your local United Way Vermont Emergency Committee. or drop it off at the local office. Visit the 2-1-1 website for more information. www.vermont211.org Management To assist nonprofits and towns repair buildings listed or eligible for listing on the National Register of Get form online at Vermont Division for Historic Historic Places with matching grants www.historicvermont.org/financial/hp2.html or Preservation www.historicvermont.org up to $20,000 — contact 828-3213 or debra.sayers@state.vt.us To assist farmers, businesses. nonprofits, and towns with lowinterest loans up to $100,000 for Vermont Economic Get form online at www.veda.org or contact repairs — irene@veda.org or 828-5627 www.veda.org Development Authority Get form online at Vermont Community To assist farmers with grants up to www.vermontagriculture.com/news/2011/irene_res Foundation and the Vermont $10,000 www.vtfloodresponse.org ources.html, or call 388-3398 www.vtfloodresponse.org Agency of Agriculture Donate online at To assist farmers with zero-percent- www.hardwickagriculture.org/thankyou.h Get form online at www.hardwickagriculture.org/thankyou. Pete’s Green and The Center interest loans tml www.hardwickagriculture.org/thankyou.html html for an Agricultural Economy Donate online at https://secure.qgiv.com/for/?key=vermo www.vtfoodbank.org Vermont Food Bank To purchase food for residents ntfoodbank Contact local food shelf Donate online at Contact Cindy Cross-Greenia at To assist horse owners www.vthorsecouncil.org crossgreenia@gmail or 899-3928 www.vthorsecouncil.org Vermont Horse Council www.vtlawhelp.org/disaster_Irene Vermont Legal Aid Pro bono legal advice — Contact (800) 889-2047 To fund Red Cross for providing immediate and ongoing support for Donate online at Orvis Company/Vermont relief efforts in Vermont www.vermontcf.org/red-cross-fund — www.vtfloodresponse.org Community Foundation Fill out online form at Fill out online form at vtresponse.wordpress.com/2011/09/03/welcomet vtresponse.wordpress.com/2011/09/03/ ovtresponse or contact at 922-4202 or Matching residents with volunteers welcometovtresponse vtresponse@yahoo.com vtresponse.wordpress.com VT Response To connect resident with people willing to donate goods and services Post online at www.vtexchange.org Post online at www.vtexchange.org www.vtexchange.org Community members Vermont State Housing Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers to displaced households — Apply online at www.vsha.org/Irene.htm www.vsha.org/Irene.htm Authority Donate online at www.vtcleanup.org/donate or search volunteer opportunities at www.vtcleanup.org/click-here-toTo assist residents volunteer fill out online form at www.vtcleanup.org/needhelp www.vtcleanup.org VT Response Todd Bailey, Central Vermont To assist small businesses with Community Action Council grants up to $5,000 Donate online at www.vtirenefund.org Get form online at www.vtirenefund.org www.vtirenefund.org (CVCAC) To assist in flood recovery. Money will be distributed through a fund at Donate online at www.phish.com/#/waterwheel Phish the Vermont Community phish.com/#/waterwheel —


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COUNTY OR REGIONAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, NONPROFITS, AND FARMERS (listed by county or region served) County or Regional Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Farmers, Listed by County or Region Served Name of Resource

Addison County

Addison County Community Action Group/HOPE

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Money

Addison, Bennington, & Rutland NeighborWorks of Western VT Counties Loan Program Money Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, & CVOEO - Champlain Valley Grand Isle Counties Office of Economic Opportunity Money Bennington & Rutland Counties BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont Money United Way of Chittenden Chittenden County County Volunteer

Franklin, Grand Isle & Chittenden Counties (except in Burlington) Champlain Housing Loan Fund

Money

Intervale Lamoille, Washington (including the Mad River Valley), & Orange Counties, and parts of Addison, Rutland, Windsor, & Windham Counties

Intervale Center

Orleans, Essex, & Caledonia Counties

Gilman Housing Trust Revolving Loan Fund Money

Upper Valley

White River Valley Haven

Central Vermont Community Action Council Family Flood Relief & Recovery Fund

Washington, Orange, & Lamoille Counties Green Mountain Loan Fund Southeastern Vermont Windham & Windsor Counties Community Action

Money

Money

Money, food, goods

Money Money, goods

Windham & Windsor Counties

Windham and Windsor Housing Trust HOC —

Windham County

United Way of Windham County Money, volunteer

Type of Assistance

How to Donate make checks payable to Hope and send to:

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

To assist residents To assist homeowners of Addison, Bennington, and Rutland counties who meet income requirements with costs of repair

HOPE Attn: Kathy Eddy PO Box 165 Middlebury, VT 05753

Contact HOPE, contact@hope-vt.org

www.hope-vt.org

Addison County Community Action Group/HOPE

Get form online at www.nwwvt.org/homerepair.htm or contact 4382303 www.nwwvt.org

To assist residents

Donate online at www.cvoeo.org

To assist residents

Donate online at www.broc.org

To assist residents Fill out online form at www.unitedwaycc.org To assist homeowners of Franklin, Grand Isle and Chittenden counties (except in Burlington) who meet income requirements with costs of rehabilitation and construction of essential structural and/or mechanical systems necessary for health and Donate online at safety www.champlainhousingtrust.org/support-cht Donate online at www.intervale.org/support, designating Intervale Center Farmers Recovery Fund, or send check payable to

To assist farmers by offsetting crop losses and repair damage

Intervale Center 180 Intervale Road Burlington, VT 05401

Contact CVOEO, 862-2771 Contact BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont, 775-0878

www.cvoeo.org

Fill out online form at www.unitedwaycc.org

www.unitedwaycc.org

Get form online at www.getahome.org/loans or contact 862-6244 www.champlainhousingtrust.org

Contact Intervale Center at 660-0440

Donate online at www.cvcac.org/index.php/about-us/whatshappening/204-central-vermont-flood-relief-a- Contact Central Vermont Community Action recovery Council, 479-1053

To assist residents To assist homeowners of Orleans, Essex, and Caledonia counties who meet income requirements with repair for energy efficiency improvements and accessibility modifications, and structural and/or mechanical systems — Directions for donating online at uppervalleyhaven.org/events/how-the-havenTo assist residents is-helping-hurricane-irene-victims To assist homeowners of Washington, Orange, and Lamoille counties who meet income requirements with rehabilitation to resolve health and safety issues — Donate online at www.sevca.org/donate-toTo assist residents sevca To assist residents with low or deferred interest loans for home repairs not covered by insurance, FEMA, or SBA disaster loans — Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

long-term assistance for residents

United Way of Windham County 28 Vernon Street, Suite 312 Brattleboro, Vermont 05301

www.broc.org

NeighborWorks of Western VT CVOEO - Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity BROC - Community Action in Southwestern Vermont United Way of Chittenden County

Champlain Housing Loan Fund

www.intervale.org

Intervale Center

www.cvcac.org/index.php/aboutus/whats-happening/204-centralvermont-flood-relief-a-recovery

Central Vermont Community Action Council

Apply online at www.myvthome.org/RevolvingLoanFund/tabid/ 59/Default.aspx or contact 535-3555 www.myvthome.org

Gilman Housing Trust

Contact White River Valley Haven, 295-6500

www.uppervalleyhaven.org

White River Valley Haven

Apply online at www.cvclt.org/loans.html or contact 476-4493

www.cvclt.org, www.champlainhousingtrust.org

Central Vermont Community, Champlain Housing Trust

Contact SEVCA, 722-4575

Contact Windham and Windsor Housing Trust HOC, 254-4604, info@w-wht.org www.w-wht.org

Windham and Windsor Housing Trust HOC

Contact United Way of Windham County, 2574011 www.unitedwaywindham.org

United Way of Windham County


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Andover Athens Belmont

Donations Sought/Assistance Name of Resource Provided * Chester Andover Family Center listed under Chester; Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area * Grafton Cares listed under Grafton * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area

Type of Assistance

How to Donate

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

Contact town office, 234-9340

www.bethelvermont.com

Town of Bethel

www.brgn.org

Black River Good Neighbors

www.braintreevt.com

Community members

To volunteer, call town manager, 234-9340; to donate, send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Bethel

Town of Bethel

Money, volunteer

To assist residents

Black River area: Belmont, Cavendish, Ludlow, Mt. Holly, Plymouth, Proctorsville

Black River Good Neighbors

Money, emergency supplies, food

To assist residents

Braintree, Granville, Roxbury

Braintree Flood Relief

Money, volunteer

To assist residents

Brandon Bridgewater

Brand-Aid Fund Money * Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund listed under Woodstock

To assist businesses trying to re-open as quickly as possible with costs of relocation or repair

Town of Bethel 134 South Main Street Bethel, VT 05032 Donate online at www.brgn.org or send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Black River Good Neighbors 37B Main Street Contact Black River Good Neighbors, 228Ludlow VT 05149 3663 To volunteer, contact town office, 728-9787; to donate, send check payable to Braintree Flood Relief to Braintree Town Office 932 VT Route 12A Braintree, VT 05060 Get form from town office, 728-9787 Donate online at brandon.org/brand-aid-funddonate-now or make check payable to Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce and send to Heritage Family Credit Union 2 West Seminary St. Brandon, VT 05733 Attn: Wendy Bizzarro

Contact Janet Mondlak, Chamber President, www.brandon.org/brand-aid-funddonate-now info@brandon.org

Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce

Donate online at bridgewaterhurricanefund.weebly.com or make check payable to Neighbors Helping Neighbors Hurricane Fund and send to

Bridgewater Cavendish

Bridgewater Hurricane Relief Fund * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area

Money

To assist residents

Neighbors Helping Neighbors P.O. Box 39 Bridgewater, VT 05034-0039

Contact Neighbors Helping Neighbors, 672 3157

www.bridgewaterhurricanefund.weebl y.com Community members

Send check with “Hurricane Relief Fund” in memo to

Cavendish

Chester

Town of Cavendish * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Money

To assist residents

Town of Cavendish P.O. Box 126 Cavendish, VT 05142

Contact town office, 672 3157

Town of Cavendish

Contact Chester Andover Family Center, 875-3236

Chester Andover Family Center

Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Chester

Chester Andover Family Center

Money

Chester Andover Family Center To assist residents with costs 656 Depot St. of food, fuel, rent, utilities Chester, VT 05143


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Deerfield River Valley: Dover, Halifax, Marlboro, Readsboro, Searsburg, Wardsboro, Wilmington, Whitingham

Dover

Name of Resource

Deerfield River Valley Human Web * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley; Wilmington Flood Relief listed under Wilmington

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Type of Assistance

Money

To assist residents

How to Donate Fill out donation form available at drvhumanweb.org and send with check to Deerfield River Valley Human Web 14 Castle Hill Road Wilmington, VT 05363

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Get form from drvhumanweb.org, or call 464www.drvhumanweb.org 2428

Resource Established by

Deerfield River Valley Human Web

Make check payable to Dover Flood Donations and send to

Dover

Duxbury Fayston

Town of Dover * Good Neighbors Fund/Waterbury Food Shelf, Revitalizing Waterbury, and Town of Waterbury listed under Waterbury * Mad River Valley Community Fund listed under Mad River Valley

Money

To assist town with costs of repairing roads and infrastructure

Town of Dover c/o Nona Monis P.O. Box 428 W. Dover, VT 05356

www.doververmont.com

Town of Dover

Contact Dennis Hunt, 869-2674

www.graftoncares.org

Grafton Cares

Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Grafton Granville

Grafton Cares * Braintree Flood Relief listed under Braintree

Money

To assist residents with costs Grafton Cares of repairs, utilities, emergency P.O. Box 134 supplies Grafton, VT 05146

Send check to

Granville, Hancock, Pittsfield, Rochester, Stockbridge

Granville, Hancock, Rochester Halifax

Hancock

Pierce Hall Relief Fund

Money

To assist residents

White River Disastour Race Money * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley * Pierce Hall Relief Fund, White River Disastour Race listed under Granville listed under Granville

To assist residents

Pierce Hall Relief Fund P.O. Box 36 Rochester, VT 05767 Register for race or donate at www.active.com/triathlon/granville-vt/white-riverdisastour-race-2011

Contact one's local town office: Granville, 767-4403; Hancock, 767-3660; Pittsfield,7468170; Rochester, 767-3631; Stockbridge, 746-8400 www.piercehall.org Contact one's local town office: Granville, 767-4403; Hancock, 767-3660; Rochester, www.active.com/triathlon/granville767-3631 vt/white-river-disastour-race-2011

Pierce Hall Community Center

Community members

Make check payable to Hancock Relief Fund and send to

Hancock

Jamaica

Hancock Relief Fund * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Money

To assist residents

Hancock Relief Fund Att: Neil Gibbs, P.O. Box 87, Hancock, Vt

Contact town office, 767-3660

Community members

Contact store, 874-4151

Community members

Collecting donations at store:

Jamaica Killington

Jamaica Country Market Money * Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund listed under Woodstock

To assist residents

3816 Route 30 Jamaica, VT 05343

Make check payable to Irene’s Islands and send to

Killington

Irene’s Islands

Money

To assist residents

K-Town/Irene’s Islands c/o Linda Ross P.O. Box 266 Fair Haven, VT 05743

Contact Linda Ross, 422-3473

www.HelpKillington.org

Linda Ross


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Name of Resource

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Type of Assistance

Killington

Killington Community Fund

Money

To assist residents

Killington

Killington Fire and Rescue

Money

To help cover costs of flood relief

Killington

Sherburne Woman's Club

Money

To assist residents

Killington

Landgrove

Londonderry Ludlow Mad River Valley: Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, and residents of nearby towns with connection to Mad River Valley Manchester Marlboro

Town of Killington * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area

Mad River Valley Community Fund Heartworks * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley

Money

To assist residents

Money Money, furniture

To assist home owners, businesses, second-home owners, tenants, farmers with grants up to $10K and shortterm no-interest loans up to $25K To assist residents

How to Donate Make check payable to Killington Community Fund “Irene Disaster Relief” in memo and send to Sherburne UCC P.O. Box 359 Killington, VT 05751 Send check to

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Sherburne United Church of Christ

Contact Beverly Anderson, 422-3484 or brandx@vermontel.net

Killington Fire & Rescue P.O. Box 99 Killington, VT 05751 — Donate online at www.killingtontown.com/index.asp?Type=B_BA SIC&SEC={833E17A1-75D3-4628-946BA2E3B6A4E2C6} or send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Sherburne Women's Club P.O. Box 68 Killington, VT 05751 Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Town of Killington Attn: Relief 2076 River Road Killington, VT 05751

Resource Established by

Killington Fire and Rescue

Contact Pat Linnemayr, pal@vermontel.net

www.swcvt.com

Sherburne Woman's Club

Contact town office, 422-3243

www.killingtontown.com

Town of Killington

Donate online at www.mrvcommunityfund.org or send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Mad River Valley Community Fund P.O. Box 353 Waitsfield, VT 05673 Contact Lisa Kelly, lisakelly@burrburton.org

Get form online at www.mrvcommunityfund.org or call 496www.mrvcommunityfund.org 3638 Contact Lisa Kelly, lisakelly@burrburton.org www.vtheartworks.blogspot.com

Mad River Valley Community Fund Heartworks

Contact town office, 254-2181, or Gail MacArthur, 257-7328; Pam Burke, 2752809; Sally Andrews, 464-2888; Edie Mas, 464-0916

Marlboro Alliance

Make check payable to Marlboro Alliance Emergency Fund and send to

Marlboro

Mendon Moretown

Moretown Mt. Holly

Marlboro Alliance

Town of Mendon * Mad River Valley Community Fund listed under Mad River Valley

Town of Moretown * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area

Money

To assist residents and businesses with costs of utilities, etc.

Money

To assist residents, and to assist town with costs of repairing roads and infrastructure

Money

To assist town with costs of flood relief, including repairs to infrastructure as well as money they have outlaid to help residents

Marlboro Alliance Emergency Fund c/o Pam Burke Treasurer, P.O. Box 42 Marlboro, VT 05344 send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Town of Mendon 34 US Route 4 Mendon, VT 05701

Contact town office, 775-1662

www.mendonvt.org

Town of Mendon

Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Town of Moretown P.O. Box 666 Moretown 05660

Town of Moretown


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Newfane

Northfield, Roxbury

Peru Pittsfield

Name of Resource

First Congregational Church

Northfield/Roxbury Flood Relief * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area * Pierce Hall Relief Fund listed under Granville

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Type of Assistance

How to Donate send check with “Hurricane Irene” in memo to

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

First Congregational Church P.O. Box 27 Newfane, VT 05345 To volunteer or donate goods, fill out online form at www.db-geek.com/floodrelief/#assist; to donate money make check payable to Northfield Emergency Relief Fund and send to

Contact church to get form, church_secretary@svcable.net or 365-4079

www.newfanechurch.blogspot.com

First Congregational Church

Money

To assist residents

Money, volunteer, goods

Northfield Savings Bank PO Box 347 To assist residents with costs 33 South Main Street Northfield, VT 05663 of utilities, rent, etc.

To volunteer or donate goods, send e-mail to northfieldfloodrelief@yahoo.com, or call 552-4776, or fill out form online at www.dbgeek.com/floodrelief/#assist (linked from “I Need Assistance” tab on left); for monetary assistance, fill out form at www.db-geek.com/floodrelief/#assist Community members

Donate online at www.pittsfieldhurricanerelief.org or make check payable to Pittsfield Federated Church Hurricane Relief Fund and send to

Pittsfield

Pittsfield Plymouth

Pittsfield Hurricane Relief

Pittsfield Volunteer Fire Department * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area

Pittsfield Federated Church P.O. Box 623 Get form at Federated Church, 746-8698, or Pittsfield, VT 05762 town office, 746-8698 www.pittsfieldhurricanerelief.org Make check payable to Pittsfield Volunteer Fire Department and send to

Money

To assist residents

Money

Pittsfield Volunteer Fire Department C/o David Colton, Fire Chief To assist fire department with Rt 100 costs of flood relief Pittsfield VT 05762

Community members

Pittsfield Volunteer Fire Department

Get form from Plymouth Post Office, 6723615, Plymouth Town Hall, 672-3666, Tyson Congregational Church, Ludlow, 228-5114, www.theplymouthpress.com/ireneor online at theplymouthpress.com/irenerecovery recovery

Plymouth Memory Tree Fund

Contact town office, 484-7250

www.readingvt.govoffice.com

Town of Reading

Send written request to Richmond Area Relief Fund, P.O. Box 2, Richmond, VT 05477

www.richmondvt.com/home.php

Town of Richmond

Donate online at theplymouthpress.com/helpplymouth-rebuild or make check payable to Neighbors Helping Neighbors with “Plymouth Memory Tree Recovery Fund” in memo and send to

Plymouth Pomfret Proctorsville Reading

Plymouth Memory Tree Fund Money * Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund listed under Woodstock * Black River Good Neighbors listed under Black River area * Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund listed under Woodstock

To assist residents and businesses; relief grants up to $1,000 and recovery grants greater than $1,000

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Plymouth Memory Tree Recovery Fund P.O. Box 39 Bridgewater, VT 05034

Send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Reading Readsboro

Town of Reading * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley

Money

To assist residents

Town of Reading P.O. Box 72 Reading, VT 05062

To volunteer contact town office, 434-2221; to donate, send check to

Richmond

Town of Richmond

Money, volunteer

To assist residents

Richmond Area Relief Fund P.O. Box 2 Richmond, VT 05477


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served Rochester

Donations Sought/Assistance Name of Resource Provided * Pierce Hall Relief Fund, White River Disastour Race listed under Granville

Type of Assistance

How to Donate

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

Get application online at or at town office, 767-4511

www.rochestervermont.org

Community members

Contact Federated Church of Rochester, 767-3012

www.rochestervermont.org

Federated Church of Rochester

Donate online at www.rochestervermont.org or send check to

Rochester

Rochester

Roxbury Searsburg

Sharon

South Londonderry Stockbridge

Rebuild Rochester Foundation

Relief for Rochester * Northfield/Roxbury Flood Relief listed under Northfield, Braintree Flood Relief listed under Braintree * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley

Town of Sharon * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area * Pierce Hall Relief Fund listed under Granville

Money

To assist residents and businesses

Rebuild Rochester Vermont Foundation, Inc. 122 South Main Street Rochester VT 05767 Donate online at www.rochestervermont.org/?page_id=32 or make check payable to Relief For Rochester Vermont and send to Relief For Rochester Vermont c/o Town of Rochester P.O. Box 238 Rochester, VT, 05767

Money

To assist residents

Money

Make check payable to Town of Sharon Irene Fund and send to To assist residents with costs of utilities, etc., after all other Town of Sharon sources of funding are P.O. Box 250 exhausted Sharon, VT 05065

Get application form at town office, 7638268

Town of Sharon

Contact town office, 746-8400

Town of Stockbridge

Send check with “Disaster Relief Fund” in memo to

Stockbridge

Stratton

Stockbridge Disaster Relief Fund * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Stratton Mountain area: Andover, Chester, Jamaica, Landgrove, Londonderry, Peru, South Londonderry, Stratton, Weston, Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Windham, Winhall Connections * Mad River Valley Community Fund Waitsfield listed under Mad River Valley

Money

To assist residents and businesses with costs of with debris removal

Town of Stockbridge P.O. Box 39 Stockbridge, VT 05772

To volunteer contact Neighboorhood Connections, 824-4343; donate online at www.strattonfoundation.org or send check with “Relief Fund” in memo (can also designate specific town) to

Money, volunteer

To assist homeowners with costs of short-, medium-, and long-term repairs and utilities, etc.

Stratton Foundation P.O. Box 523 Stratton Mountain, VT 05155

Contact Neighborhood Connections, 8244343

www.strattonfoundation.org

Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connnections

Contact town office, 446-2336

www.wallingfordvt.com

Town of Wallingford

Donate online at www.wallingfordvt.com or send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to

Wallingford Wardsboro

Town of Wallingford * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley

Money

To assist residents

Town of Wallingford 73 School Street Wallingford, VT 05773


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Wardsboro Warren

Name of Resource

Wardsboro Yoked Parish * Mad River Valley Community Fund listed under Mad River Valley

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Type of Assistance

Money

To assist residents

How to Donate Donate online at www.helpwardsboro.org or send check to Wardsboro Yoked Parish Relief Fund P.O. Box 47 Wardsboro, VT 05355

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

Contact Nancy Perkins, 896-6141

www.helpwardsboro.org

Wardsboro Yoked Parish

www.waterburycast.wordpress.com

Community Action Service Team

Donate online at waterburycast.wordpress.com/donat or make check payable to CAST/WGNF and send to

Waterbury, Duxbury

Good Neighbors Fund

Money

Waterbury, Duxbury

Revitalizing Waterbury

Money

Waterbury, Duxbury

Town of Waterbury

Volunteer, goods

Waterbury, Duxbury

Waterbury Food Shelf * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Weston

To assist residents

To assist businesses To assist residents and businesses

Money to buy food to distribute as residents restock kitchens To assist residents

Waterbury Good Neighbor Fund C/o Waterbury Congregational Church For food, contact Food Shelf at 244-1561; 8 North Main Street for financial assistance, call the Waterbury Waterbury, VT 05676 Congregational Church at 244-6606 Donate online at revitalizingwaterbury.org/contribute.php or send check with “Flood Relief” in memo to Revitalizing Waterbury P.O. Box 473 Waterbury, VT 05676 fill out online forms at www.waterburyvt.com/flood Send check to Waterbury Area Food Shelf 57 South Main Street, Suite 3 Waterbury VT 05676

Get form from revitalizingwaterbury.org/floodrelief.php or www.revitalizingwaterbury.org/floodre call 272-6515 lief.php Revitalizing Waterbury Fill out online forms at www.waterburyvt.com/flood or call 839-6000 www.waterburyvt.com/flood Town of Waterbury

Contact Food Shelf, 244-1561

www.waterburycast.wordpress.com

Waterbury Food Shelf

www.westonplayhouse.org

Weston Playhouse

Donate online at www.westonplayhouse.org or send check with “Emergency Flood Relief Fund” in memo to

Weston Playhouse

Whitingham Wilmington

Weston Playhouse * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley, Wilmington Flood Relief listed under Wilmington * Deerfield River Valley Human Web listed under Deerfield River Valley

Money

Weston Playhouse 703 Main Street To assist playhouse with costs Weston, VT 05161 of repairing facilities Att: Heather Brown

Make check payable to Town of Wilmington Flood Relief Fund and send to

Wilmington

Town of Wilmington

Money

To assist town with costs of repairing roads and infrastructure

Wilmington, Dover, Whitingham

Wilmington Flood Relief * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Money

To assist businesses

Windham

Town of Wilmington P.O. Box 217 Wilmington, VT 05363 — www.wilmingtonvermont.us Donate online at www.wilmingtonvtfloodrelief.com or make check payable to Deerfield Valley Rotary Fund and Get application form at West Dover, East send to Dover, Wilmington, and Whitingham Post Offices, or at the Chamber of Commerce Deerfield Valley Rotary Fund temporary offices in Wilmington; c/o Adam Palmiter For a printable digital copy contact Adam PO Box 966 Palmiter, cookie@cookiedesignco.com, 461West Dover, VT 05356 5871 www.wilmingtonvtfloodrelief.com

Town of Wilmington

Deerfield Valley Rotary Club and Mount Snow Valley Chamber of Commerce


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LOCAL RESOURCES FOR RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND TOWNS (listed by town or area served) Local Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Towns, Listed by Town or Area Served

Winhall

Name of Resource * Stratton Foundation/Neighborhood Connections listed under Strattton Mountain area

Donations Sought/Assistance Provided

Type of Assistance

How to Donate

How to Apply for Assistance

Website (if available)

Resource Established by

Drop off food during hours of Mon 3-6pm, Wed 12-3pm, Sat 10am-1pm (or nonperishables in drop box anytime) at Maxim Meadow Way, Woodstock, last building on right; to donate, send check to

Woodstock and any resident of VT

Woodstock Community Food Shelf

Woodstock, Barnard, Bridgewater, Killington, Pomfret, Reading Woodstock Area Flood Relief Fund

Food, money

Money

Pick up food during hours of Mon 3-6pm, Woodstock Community Food Shelf Wed 12-3pm, Sat 10am-1pm at Maxim P.O. Box 570 Meadow Way, Woodstock, last building on To assist residents Woodstock, VT 05091 right Donate online at www.sustainablewoodstock.org or send check with “Flood Relief Fund” in memo to Request application at To assist residents with costs spm@sustainablewoodstock.com, or 457of basic necessities like food, Sustainable Woodstock P.O. Box 611 2911, or mail to P.O. Box 611, Woodstock, medicine, temporary shelter, Woodstock, VT 05091 VT 0509 www.sustainablewoodstock.com and clothing

Woodstock Community Food Shelf

Sustainable Woodstock

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