* After you've applied for these fine jobs, be sure to check the topical lists (at the left) to find link to other job posting locations!
A HELPING HAND TO OTHERS IN NEED
Remember, just because the initial disaster is over and out of the headlines, the recovery period is often very long for survivors. Natural Disasters often take years, not days, for recovery.
Do get your 'Grab and Go' bag ready for whatever natural disasters are common for your area. Advance planning saves lives and hastens recovery. Ready.gov is a good place to start your family preparedness education.
BOLES FIRE, Weed, CA: Weed is a very small town with a huge heart in rural northern California. Right now that heart is broken as over 100 homes were destroyed in a SINGLE AFTERNOON of rampaging fire. In addition to 100 plus homes, Weed lost two churches, and the public library. There was damage to the elementary school and the Roseburg Lumber Mill (a major employer). If you'd like to help out, contact the new hub. You can keep track of the recovery efforts through Facebook. Look For 'Boles Fire Victims' or 'Siskiyou County Fire Donations' just to mention a few. Right now the need is for for funds to people to rebuild their lives. Financial donations can be made through the Shasta Regional Foundation. Help really is needed for this hard hit community.
CLEAN WATER: Billions live without clean, safe drinking water. You can change this today through Charity Water.
HEALTH: Stand With Haiti: Partners in Health (PIH) has been working on the ground in Haiti for over 20 years. The vast majority of PIH staff are local nationals based in the communities they serve. They need your support to help those who continue to be impacted by the 2010 earthquake and later hurricanes, including damage from Hurricane Sandy which destroyed a lot of food crops in that poor nation. To donate, click the banner below. To find out more about Partners in Health, and current events, visit their blog.