Parts of West Virginia have been devastated by flooding. The Charleston CVB is partnering with several local organizations, businesses and events to help with relief efforts.
You can make a donation directly to the Red Cross West Virginia Region by clicking here.
Many of our area hotels are have vacancies for those displaced by flooding. You can find a full listing of lodging here.
Union Mission is collecting drinking water, cleaning supplies, bleach and non-perishable food at Kroger stores in Charleston and Huntington.
Cleaning supplies, drinking water and non-perishable food can be dropped off at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce at 1624 Kanawha Blvd. East, Charleston, WV. Supplies will be delivered daily to the Clendenin and Elkview areas. These items can also be delivered to the Elkview Baptist Church, Elkview Middle School and across from the Dollar Store in Clendenin.
A temporary animal shelter
has been established at the I-79 Clendenin exit. Pets will be accepted at this location and then transported to the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association.
Bully Trap Barber Shop
at 313 Washington St. West is accepting pet supply donations that will go to the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association.
Kin Ship Goods
has created a special-edition t-shirt, and all profits go to disaster relief efforts. Click here for more info.
Four Points by Sheraton
is accepting donations beginning June 27 through July 2 for the Union Mission. The supplies that are in high demand are: trash bags, shovels, buckets, bottled water, non-perishable food items (including peanut butter and pull top cans) and all cleaning supplies especially bleach.
The West Virginia Power
have announced plans to help the ongoing relief efforts. All collections taking place will benefit the American Red Cross- West Virginia Region as well as the efforts of the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association.
During the upcoming seven-day homestand, the Power will accept physical donations in the form of dog food and bottled water. All of these supplies will be given to the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association to aid their efforts during this difficult time. The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association is currently assisting the affected areas by rescuing as many animals as they can.
Monetary donations will be collected and given to the American Red Cross through Power Baseball Charities. The Power will host games at 7:05 P.M. Monday through Saturday nights and at 2:05 P.M. on Sunday. $1.00 from every ticket sold this week will be donated to the American Red Cross- West Virginia Region.