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All I Want for Christmas is No ACP
Tell Governor Cooper – NO ACP for the Holidays!
Soon, our North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality will be making its final decision on a major permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
We need your help to send a message to the Governor and officials in Raleigh that North Carolina doesn’t want or need this pipeline.
Help us flood the Governor’s office with Holiday-themed NO ACP postcards. Pick your favorite design at the link here and send a postcard to the Governor. You can download and print at home, or we can send one on your behalf!

Want to Help Hurricane Harvey and Irma Victims?

New: Helping Puerto Rico recover from Hurricane Maria
List of organizations accepting donations and volunteers

UNICEF

UNICEF’s priorities include providing safe drinking water to communities affected, as well as providing psychosocial support to affected children and their families, and to restore education through the rehabilitation of schools and the establishment of child-friendly centers.​ ​​Pre-positioned emergency supplies in Barbados and Antigua will be rapidly distributed in coordination with national authorities ​for those most affected by Hurricane Irma​​.

​Oxfam America

In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Oxfam is assessing the needs of the most vulnerable people in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.​ ​Oxfam teams in Cap Haitien, Ouanaminthe and Gonaive, in the northern part of
the Dominican Republic, have the necessary stock for cholera prevention.

Heart to Heart International

Heart to Heart Internationals disaster team and Mobile Medical Unit are prepared and were pre-positioned to help as Irma made landfall
in Florida. Haiti medical teams that are experienced with Hurricane Matthew are responding after Irma’s bands of rain released rain on northern Haiti. Cholera is the main concern right now.​ ​The organization is also in Houston assisting with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Direct Relief

Direct Relief has supplied Florida with 14 propositioned Hurricane Preparedness Packs, the most of any state in Direct Relief’s hurricane readiness program. The packs contain enough medicines and supplies to treat 100 patients for 3 to 5 days.

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