Help NOW: The Wolf's Flood of Love

Donate cleaning supplies to help flood victims in North Carolina

October 11, 2016
Flooded Car

It's heartbreaking seeing the devastation on the news of our friends and neighbors affected by Hurricane Matthew.  Not only was the coast affected, but towns as far inland as Lumberton, Greenville, Fayetteville, Princeville and Neuse River Basic.  Governor Pat McCrory said during a press conference Monday that there are nearly 1,500 folks stranded in Lumberton, and helicopters, boats and swift water rescue teams are out now trying to rescue people from their rooftops in the area.

So - when disaster strikes, we kick in to lend a hand.

In June you were so generous to help our neighbors in West Virginia by donating cleaning supplies - so we're going to do it again...but this time for our home state!

We're seeking donations of gallon jugs of bleach, heavy black trash bags (contractor size), and rubber gloves.

Just bring by donations of cleaning supplies to these locations!

  • The WOLF Studios: 7819 National Service Road, Suite 401, Greensboro, NC
  • Petty Family Foundation/ Petty Museum: 309 Branson Mill Rd Randleman, NC
  • Rice Toyota: 2630 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC
  • High Point DMV Tag Office: 1701 Westchester Dr #220, High Point, NC
  • Lexington Health Care: 17 cornelius St. Lexington, NC
  • Walkertown Tire Services: 2780 Old Hollow Rd, Walkertown, NC
  • Advance Fire Department: 1869 NC highway 801 S. Advance, NC
  • Horneytown Volunteer Fire Dept: 102 Horneytown Rd, High Point, NC
  • Skywalker Roofing: HWY 220, Stokesdale, NC
  • Modern Nissan: 5795 University Pkwy, Winston-Salem, NC
  • Capital Chevrolet: 1820 Capital Blvd., Raleigh, NC


Together we can help our neighbors in eastern North Carolina.