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Selective Funding for Hurricane Florence recovery projects in select regions starting November 15, from the Duke Energy Foundation

Update 12/7/2018:  Funding for the following counties has been fully applied to all eligible projects: Carteret, Craven, Columbus, Duplin, Marion, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, and Robeson. Remaining qualifying counties are listed below.

The Duke Energy Foundation is supporting 16 regions in North Carolina and South Carolina with a selective funding opportunity to help schools and students recover from Hurricane Florence.  If your school is located in one of the 16 regions listed below, post a project for any resources your classroom needs to recover from Hurricane Florence, and Duke Energy will support you with a one-time donation of up to $500 per project.  If you post a project with a total project goal of $500 or less, and your project could be fully funded by Duke Energy! One project per teacher will be considered, while funding lasts.

How to qualify:

  • Your school is located in one of the regions listed below. For faster searching, click Control+F and type in your school.
  • Create a project for any resources your students need in the wake of Hurricane Florence.

Create your project

Projects that meet the criteria above will be considered for funding on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while funding lasts.  We’ll update this page when funding has been fully tapped for any particular region.

Eligible regions:

North Carolina

  • Bladen County
  • Brunswick County
  • Jones County

South Carolina

  • Chesterfield County
  • Dillon Districts 3 and 4
  • Marlboro County
  • The following schools in Horry County
    • Aynor Elementary, Middle, and High School, Horry County
    • Green Sea Floyds Elementary, Middle, and High School, Horry County

With thanks to The Duke Energy Foundation

The Duke Energy Foundation’s support of these projects aims to enhance the classroom experience and learning of students and teachers recovering in the wake of recent natural disasters. The Duke Energy Foundation is eager to support North Carolina and South Carolina teachers on DonorsChoose.org.