|Jessica & Chad McCoy. They have a child, but left the child with grandparents while they cleaned out their house. They are hoping they will be able to return to this home after clean up
|Nety + Luis
|Pearl. Everything she owns is on the street
|Lily, Pearl's mother. She lives across the street and she too lost everything.
|Bishop Brown squealed when I told him I had size L gloves for him. He went to 3 places looking for his size.
|Sharon Jenkins. She's been in New Bern 55 years. Her mother lost everything, including her car... just a couple blocks away
|VerRonda Johnson. She was so grateful for the Supply Box I gave her and then told me "it's hard but you just have to smile"
|My Uncle, Hugh Howard is retired and depends on rental properties as extra income. Almost all of his rental properties were under water
|Kevin Bradley, age 45. He's renting the house, he's not sure if he will be able to come back. He moved to New Bern because his wife needed to come back to take care of her mother
|Michael, Nelsi, Estvan
|Meet Juliet Morgan. This is one of many people we spent time with last weekend in New Bern. Mrs. Morgan has the kindest smile and her eyes light up when she talked about her home. She stayed for Irene and lost her car, so she knew she needed to leave for Florence. She and her close family fled to Maryland. She told us neighbors sent pictures of what was left of her home, but until she saw it, she couldn't comprehend the damage and loss. She loves to sew and has 13 sewing machines, working ones and vintage ones. She collects fabrics and showed us some of her favorites. Until she can find a new home, she staying in Pollocksville (another area hit badly bad the storm) with her daughter. Because of your contributions, we were able to write Mrs. Morgan a check to have her roof lifted so she could salvage as much as possible. Please continue to help this dear, sweet, faithful women. Through the devastation, she still managed to help her neighbors and keep a smile on her face. Donate to her directly here:https://www.gofundme.com/
|Willie Lane "I want to sit on the porch, I don't want to stand with everything I've lost. I used to love this porch. I used to like sitting out here every day"