Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Our United Way administers the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), a federal initiative through FEMA and the National Food and Shelter Program.  If you are interested in becoming a Local Recipient Organization, please submit an application by clicking the link below. Applications must be returned to the United Way office or emailed to Mary Scott Anderson at maryscottanderson@unitedwaytrr.org by 5:00pm on Wednesday, July 10, 2019.


Board Chair:
Warren Stephenson
Homeless Advocate

Mary Scott Anderson/Ginny Mohrbutter
United Way Tar River Region

Samantha Andelin
My Sister's House

Linda Brinson
United Community Ministries

Sister Mary Ann Czaja
Tarboro Community Outreach

Lee Gaskins
Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities

Marbeth Holmes
Nash Community College

Jesse Lewis
Peacemakers Family Center

Jamie Lyles
The Salvation Army

Nedra Maryland/Trishonda Roberson
The Impact Center (REACH)

Chris Miller
Miller Consulting

Elizabeth Mosley
St. Andrews Episcopal Church

Shea Neal
Nash County Social Services

Major David Phelps/Major Amber Phelps
The Salvation Army

Maria D. Raymundo
ESL Parent Liason/Migrant Center

Ginell Rogers

Carolyn Stern
American Red Cross

Jan Warren
Meals on Wheels of Rocky Mount

Dennis Wick
Christian Fellowship Home

Jean Wooten
Truth Foundational Ministries CDC

Funded Local Recipient Organizations:

Christian Fellowship Home
My Sister's House
The Salvation Army
St. Andrews Episcopal Church
Tarboro Community Outreach
The REACH Center
Truth Foundational Ministries
United Community Ministries