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NEW: Serve RI Calls for Post-Sandy Volunteers at URI

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

 

As Rhode Island begins to clean up and repair after the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, volunteers will be important. Here's where to check for how to help. Photo: John Riley, Sr.

Serve Rhode Island is coordinating and promoting needs for volunteers in Rhode Island in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Please continue to check this article for updates on new needs statewide.

10/31: URI: Fire Watch Detail Volunteers Needed

STATUS UPDATE: POWER RESTORED 10/31 VOLUNTEERS NO LONGER NEEDED

The University of Rhode Island is seeking volunteers to serve as Fire Watch Detail in URI housing in Kingston. There are 19 residential facilities without power that need to be supervised 24/7. Those on Fire Watch Detail will walk the building hourly to inspect the fire alarm system and will be asked to keep an updated log. They will be expected to respond to any emergencies that might occur and to notify the fire department and building occupants as necessary. 

Starting TODAY, Wednesday, October 31 at 4:00 PM, volunteers will potentially be needed to work

TO SIGN UP FOR A 4-HOUR SHIFT visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/N3B9N83 or contact Serve Rhode Island at (401) 331-2298.

 

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