Volunteer Opportunities:

  • State of Vermont Volunteer: To volunteer with recovery efforts on behalf of the State of Vermont, you can register here.
  • Town of Waterbury Community Response Google Form: Request assistance or offer your support as a volunteer for the town of Waterbury here.
  • City of Montpelier Flood Recovery Volunteer Opportunities: Learn more and join a volunteer effort locally in Montpelier here, and find more information about Montpelier flood relief efforts through Montpelier Alive’s website here.
  • Rainbow Bridge Community Center’s (RBCC) Rainbow Response: The RBCC is a non-profit devoted to serving the needs of the Central Vermont LGBTQIA2S+ community located in Barre, VT. RBCC’s Rainbow Response is coordinating local flood recovery and volunteer efforts in Barre. Find more information here.
  • Barre City Flood Response Updates & Opportunities to Volunteer: Learn more here.
  • Cabot Volunteer Form to offer assistance: Sign up here.
  • The Civic Standard in Hardwick is working with the town and other organizations to coordinate relief and volunteer efforts. If you want to volunteer in Hardwick, you can email jeudevinelibrary@hardwickvt.gov

Statewide Relief & Recovery Resources: 

Donate to Relief Efforts: 

Miscellaneous Recovery & Relief Resources: 

  • VT Floods Emotional Support Group will meet online over the coming week. Info can be found here.
  • Northeast Kingdom Mutual Aid and Northeast Kingdom Organizing (NEKO) are contacting people in the Barton/Orleans area to see who may be housebound or needing rides, medications, or other resources in town. Call 802-321-3317 for more information.
  • Vermont Emergency Management Flood Preparedness Information: More information can be found here.
  • Vermont Language Justice Project has Compiled Flood Safety Information and Translated Into 16 Languages: Find more information here.
  • Vermont 211 is accepting reports of flood damage from across the state, can provide information on shelters for people affected by the storm, and help Vermonters register with FEMA: Find more information here.
  • Asbestos and Natural Disasters Guide: To assist homeowners who may be unsure of what to do following a natural disaster that resulted in flood damage, find more information here.