Welcome Home!

Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery is honored to announce that Jessica Boykins and her family have moved into their new home thanks to the hard work of her Disaster Case Manager Glenda Harrison and our community partners.  Ms. Boykins’ home suffered severe damage from the October Flood in 2015. After working her case, she was[…]

Welcome Home!

Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery is honored to announce that Minnie Mayrant has moved into her new home thanks to the hard work of her Disaster Case Manager Shanice Kelly and our community partners. Ms. Mayrant was displaced after suffering a complete loss of her home and all of her personal items from the Flood[…]

Welcome Home!

​Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery is honored to announce that Dyesheikia June her family has moved into their new home. This single mother of two young children suffered major damage during the Flood of 2015. The extent of the damage included a destroyed roof, mold, and insulation. Even after being passed by another recovery project,[…]

HHDR Receives $3,500 Donation From the Ryan Plexico Foundation

On December 10, 2016 the Ryan Plexico Foundation hosted the first ever SC Flood Strong 5K in Columbia, SC. As the beneficiary of the event, Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery will use their knowledge of case management in South Carolina to distribute the proceeds of the race to disaster-affected families in the Midlands, starting with those[…]

FREE HURRICANE MATTHEW HOME CLEANUP HOTLINE AVAILABLE NOW

Call 1-800-451-1954 for free help from local relief agencies after Hurricane Matthew Florida – October 8, 2016 – From now through November 4, 2016, Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery (www.hhdr.ngo), a Florida based 501c3 non-profit organization and the Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (www.ITDRC.org), are staffing a free hotline for debris removal and home cleanup[…]

A Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery Welcome Home Celebration!

“Ms. Brewer is a single parent who was displaced form her home due to health concerns from the mold that arose from the October 2015 disaster. Pregnant and with limited resources, Ms. Brewer endured her challenges of being displaced by living with family members and friends. Through it all, Ms.Brewer maintained her status as a full[…]