Vincent Mays is an active member of the community always willing to lend a helping hand during times of need, especially when a disaster strikes unexpectedly.
Emergencies, disasters, and other negative events can occur without a moment’s notice, leaving individuals and families without homes or without the care and resources they need to live happily and healthily.
When a negative event does occur, it is great to be able to find care and support within the community through a number of disaster relief charities and organizations. In the case of a war, natural disaster, epidemic or other devastating event, these organizations are able to provide food, shelter, health care, and mental health services to individuals and families with the support, fundraising, and volunteer efforts of members of the community and people all across the globe.
Over the years, Vincent Mays has offered his support through some of the leading disaster relief organizations including:
Habitat For Humanity
Habitat For Humanity has developed a Disaster Risk Reduction and Response program that takes the help of volunteers and donors like Vincent Mays to provide a variety of resources and shelter assistance to families and individuals who have lost their homes in the face of disaster. Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to rebuilding communities through sustainable shelter and housing solutions.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross responds to an emergency every 8 minutes, making every donation and volunteer effort so vital to the success of their mission in providing disaster relief as well as raising awareness for disaster preparedness. Vincent Mays encourages individuals to provide their support to the Red Cross through donations, giving blood, or a variety of other volunteer efforts.
All Hands Volunteers
Founded in 2005, the nonprofit organization All Hands Volunteers has set out with the mission of addressing the immediate and long term needs of individuals, families, and communities impacted by natural disasters through a strong network of over 39,000 volunteers.