About Our Disaster Relief and Community Service Projects
CC International will announce its primary disaster project based on community need sometime after the end of US Hurricane season. Site will be selected before September 30th.
When disaster strikes it is essential we get volunteers to impacted areas as soon as possible.
Volunteers projects address a variety of needs including environmental restoration,early childhood education,
homelessness, hunger, disaster relief and childhood education.
Environmental projects include shoreline restoration, Native plant propagation, sea grass restoration, wild-life habitat improvement, dune restoration, storm water treatment, public land restoration and invasive species removal.
Community service projects include; working with community-based programs that serve youth, homeless, elderly and low-income members of the community.
Accommodations and Meals
CC International volunteer facilities meet or exceed standards set by the American Red Cross for temporary evacuation shelters.
A safe and comfortable place to sleep
Clean and sanitary showers and bathroom
Three meals per day with a vegetarian option
Each day volunteers will be served breakfast and pack a brown bag lunch before departing to their project site. A hot nutritious dinner will be served each evening. Vegetarian options are available for each meal, refrigerator space is available to store personal food for those with special dietary needs. Each volunteer will need to furnish their own sleeping bag, linens, blankets, and towels.
Project Service Fee
The project service fee covers the cost of lodging, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, project coordination, tools, safety equipment, project supplies, and insurance. $38.00 per person per day. (Transportation is not included) Fill out a volunteer team sign up form to get started.