Unity in Disasters, Inc.

Celebrating our 11 year anniversary this year "Over a decade of disasters"

Donations

2009 GA FLOOD RELIEF - $178,300.00

 

  • office space
  • buckets 
  • masks
  • school kits
  • paper prod
  • pampers
  • cabinets
  • paint supplies
  • sinks
  • new clothes
  • siding
  • plumb fixture

2010 GA FLOOD RELIEF - $16,000.00

 

  • office space
  • carpet
  • misc
  • water heaters

2011 TORNADO OUTBREAK - $57,900.00

 

  • office space
  • blankets
  • hygiene kits
  • infant kits
  • school kits
  • clorox
  • cleanup equip
  • office space

2012 HURRICANE ISAAC - $80,600.00

 

  • office space
  • insulation
  • cabinets
  • shingles
  • sheetrock
  • plywood
  • hygiene kits
  • phone cards
  • furniture

2013 HURRICANE ISSAC - $29,162.00

 

  • office space
  • 52 pallets installation
  • 48 pallets shingles
  • 1,256 pcs new clothing

2014 COMMUNITY REACH - $11,947.20

 

  • office space
  • food donations

2015 DISASTER PREPARDNESS - $40,012.00

 

  • office space
  • cash donations
  • protective mask
  • cots/food

2016 LA/TX/NC FLOOD RELIEF - $163,469.00

 

  • office space
  • insulation
  • cleanup supplies
  • diapers
  • dust mask
  • t-shirts
  • mobile 3 unit shower trailer
  • school kits
  • PC sets - computer and monitor
  • hot meals
  • pre-packed meals
  • school desks and chairs

2017 FLOOD RELIEF - $352,293.00

 

  • shelter program supplies
  • disaster rebuilding supplies
  • children's recreation project
  • disaster relief supplies
  • clothes & diapers
  • food

 

From 2009-2017 as a 501(c)3 non profit, Unity in Disasters averages $103,298 per year from In Kind Donations with 98% toward direct

services with no grants and no paid staff in the following areas:

  • Comfort items for infants and children: 150 children (2011) 
  • Hygiene kits, new clothes to individuals: 850 people served (2011-2013)
  • New clothes, diapers, and furniture: 698 families served (2009-2016)
  • Homes repaired: 131 homes (2009-2013) + (Debris removal 36 homes in Florida) 2016
  • Weekly supply of food items: 5,414 families (2014-2016)
  • Over 543,995 lbs of food distributed (2016)
  • School kits: 400 students (2016)

Hurricane Relief 2017

 


  • Supplies for over 200 churches in the Houston area – Hurricane Harvey 2017
  • Received and distributed over 300 pallets of relief supplies – Hurricane Harvey 2017
  • Served over 43,300 people – Hurricane Harvey 2017
  • Provided over 93,000 lbs. of relief supplies to Puerto Rico – Hurricane Maria 2017
  • Provided 7,000 lbs. of cooked chicken – Hurricane Irma 2017