Needing Disaster Assistance

If your family has experienced damage to your home and need assistance in cleanup or repairs, please select the link below and fill out the Disaster Assistance form. Someone will evaluate the need and get in contact with you as soon as possible. 

Services that we are able to provide:

  • Chainsaw work

  • Tree's removed from roof or yard to the street

  • Yard clean up to include debris taken to the street

  • Tarps for damaged roof

  • Mud-out for flooded homes to include removal of sheetrock, flooring, insulation, applicances and household goods; these items will be placed at the street

Want to Volunteer to Help

If you are a group volunteer leader or an individual who would like to come and assist in disaster relief,  please click the link below and fill out the volunteer form. We will contact you to discuss the needs and where we could use your service. 

Want to Donate Goods or Services to Help

If you are a company, business, or individual that has goods or services you would like to donate to assist in disaster relief,  please click the link below and fill out the form. We will contact you to discuss the donated needs and where we could use your goods or services. 

How Impact Works With Emergency Management and Horry County during and after a disaster?

Disasters occur all across our county and around the world every day. We do not have them on our calendars, but we can plan effectively for how we are going to respond when we find ourselves in the middle of our own disaster. As these emergencies occur in Horry County or around the world, IMPACT will be involved in pre-planning, staging during the disaster, post disaster recovery, and long term rebuild.

IMPACT’s Director, Todd Wood, has worked very closely with Horry County Emergency Management staff beginning in 2003 and has developed a great relationship with each of the emergency management staff. This relationship has allowed us to plan, train, and role play many disaster scenarios to be fully prepared in the event of a local disaster. Through VOAD, Todd has also built a great relationship with many of the other key nonprofit organizations that will be participating in our disaster recovery such as; South Carolina Baptist Disaster Relief,  Samaritans Purse, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Community Kitchen, Catholic Charities, Mennonite Disaster Servcies, God's Pit Crew, Lions Club and many more great organizations. 

Important Numbers for Post-Storm in Horry County

  • Horry County EMD – The Horry County phone bank assists the public with questions regarding Hurricane Irma (when activated)

    • 843-915-5150

  • American Red Cross (shelters)

    • 843-477-0020

  • SCDOT – Traffic and road conditions. Only activated when needed and Spanish interpreters available.

    • 888-877-9151

  • Re-entry information

    • 866-246-0133

  • SCDHEC

    • 843-915-8804