Hurricane Ida Relief

Members of our small collective in central North Carolina have been busy since the hurricane hit. We have a supply donation drop-off spot and information about what is needed from our contacts on the ground. After the first week, two of our team, medics from Greensboro, went down to the impacted area to help out. We're also raising money to support our efforts.


We have a drop-off location in Hillsborough. Please contact us for the location. We are encouraging people to drop materials off after business hours, between 6:00 and 8:00pm if possible. We may have some very limited ability to pick up larger donations.

The following is our current understanding of what is most needed. This may change in priority (though all items are likely to still be needed). Also, please consider making a financial donation toward transportation costs for the supplies collected.

  • Heavy Duty Tarps (5 millimeter thick or more)
  • Campers trailers and tents for the Grand Caillou /Dulac Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe
  • Bleach
  • 5 Gallon Buckets
  • Mops, Brooms
  • Paper towels
  • Tyvek suits
  • Crowbars/pry-bars, hammers
  • Shovels
  • Generators
  • Wheel barrows
  • Oil for generators
  • Carbon monoxide detectors - battery operated
  • Worker gloves
  • Extension cords, Power strips
  • Roofing nails
  • 2x4 lumber
  • Tire patches
  • Box fans
  • "Damprid" (soaks up moisture)
  • Mosquito spray, Sunscreen
  • First aid supplies
  • Solar charging items and
  • Flashlights, Batteries, all sizes
  • Non-perishable food
    • Beans (red, white)
    • Tuna in can or pack
    • Bread
    • Chips
  • Electrolyte drinks for heat stress
  • Pet food
  • Baby food, Baby formula, Baby diapers
  • Soap/body wash
  • Pads & tampons
As of Sept. 24th, 2021


Venmo: @TriangleMutualAid

CashApp: $TriangleMutualAid

Donate to support Greensboro Medics currently in Louisiana: $GSOMedics

Get Involved

Contact us so we can set up a meeting to discuss what Mutual Aid means to you and how we might best work together, and to learn about upcoming events.

You can also fill out this form from the national Mutual Aid Disaster Relief network to get looped into ways to plug in, either on the ground or remotely.

Have a large vehicle and want to transport goods to Asheville, Knoxville, or all the way to Louisiana? Let us know!!!