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How Do I Volunteer or Donate for Flood Relief?

Black River United Way is in our community working hard to connect resources to help our residents begin the long road to rebuildign their lives after flooding. Want to donate funds to or volunteer with those who need it most?

A great source of Information

For the latest breaking news and questions about road closures and press conferences you can always check out the Georgetown County Facebook Page.

SC Emergency Management Department: Great resource for all things related to the Flood Disaster.
SC Department of Insurance: or 800-768-3467
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): Victims of flooding can apply at or 800-621-3362. Speech disability or hearing loss and use TTY, call 1-800-462-7585. For those who use 711 or Video Relay Service are to call 1-800-621-3362
  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance is available at
Others care...

Greenville County, Pickens County and Baton Rouge United Ways are among many who have sent generous donations to their United Way partners affected by flooding in South Carolina to aid in the flood recovery process in our region. They remember the generosity that came to their areas in ice and hurricane disasters. Paying it forward, that is what Living United is all about.

Pay it Forward
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Recent News

The Sun News, September 1, 2015

Black River United Way to begin fund-raising drive with new focus

Coastal Observer, April 8, 2015

Nonprofits: United Way Challenge--$60K in 100 days

Sun News February 24, 2015

United Way campaigns along the Grand Strand enter final months with optimism

South Strand News February 20, 2015

United Way announces new name, vision


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Black River United Way
515 Front Street
Georgetown, SC 29440
(843) 546-6317