Despite the ravages of Tropical Storm Irene, our region has seen a substantial volunteer movement from community to community. Many individuals, both in our region and outside, have come together to assist our communities with the long recovery process.
Volunteers involved in cleanup operations need to be aware of the potential for health risks. For more information go to the health and safety section of our web site.
For those interested in volunteering, contact your communities. Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have been used extensively to generate volunteer interest post-Irene.
VT Digger's Guide to Flood Relief Help - VTDigger.org, Vermont's online newspaper, has created a well-organized resource for volunteers.
TRORC Listing of Volunteer Opportunities - TRORC Staff has attempted to compile contact information for the volunteer organizations working in our region on Irene Recovery efforts. This is by no means a complete list, but we will continue to update it as we find new information.