Disaster Relief Information
New Info PDF to Download on Disaster Relief
Flood Relief Telethon Website
A Committee has been formed called the Eastern Charlotte Flood Relief Committee. Our goal is to act as a central contact point for the flood relief in Eastern Charlotte County and to provide support for existing relief efforts. In conjunction with that we have set up a central location which is the Town of St. George at 755-4320 and web site: www.town.stgeorge.nb.ca.
Donations should be made to the Town of St. George, Branch of any Bank of Nova Scotia or your branch at the Credit Union.
The Town of St. George will be issuing tax receipts. These donations will be directed for basic family necessities.
The efforts of all groups who have been involved in the flood relief are recognized and appreciated and it is not the intent of this committee to replace ongoing efforts.
It is the intent of this committee to provide a central contact point to co-ordinate information and assistance.
Hrs. of operation are from 8:30 to 4:30 after this time our recording will provide information as to be referred.
The Red Cross is set up at the Family Worship Center in St. George registering families and offering shelter, showers, and three hot meals. It is important to be registered. The Family Worship Center is also assisting in helping you with the paperwork. Also Meals are served daily from 8am to 6pm. If you need anything call them at 755-2340.
Cash Donations Can be made at
Charlotte County Credit Union
4B Wallace St. St. George
NB E5C 3P1
Scotiabank or the Town Office
Benefit Concert/Telethon for Flood Victims Saturday, January 8th, 2010
Eastern Charlotte Lions Club, Pennfield If you or your band would like to play, please contact: Jonathan Berriault 529 - 3792 or
Justin Goss 755 – 6789
Area residents who have experienced water damage are encouraged to call the Service New Brunswick answer line at
Residents will be able to report damage and create a work order for house inspection. In doing so, this registers you for the Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) program, when it is announced.
A public safety advisory web page has been established by the Province of New Brunswick for flood recovery.
If you have something to offer not listed above or in the pdf please send details and we will add you to the list. Thank you for your care, support and generosity.
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