Last update –6/15/2010 Editor of this page is @viequesbound who lives in the New Orleans area.

Volunteers are needed Nationally and locally in the event of a catastrophic disaster.  Register here to join an ongoing team of national and international volunteers assisting locally and virtually:

Gulf  Coast regional organizations participating in local, on-the-ground response such as clean-ups:

Update from CrisisWiki.com 6-15-2010 follows, some may be repeats, but I want to be sure not to miss anything

  • Resources for Hands on Volunteer Work, in Your Area of the Gulf

    The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies-They need volunteers

    Humane Society of Louisiana

    Crisis Wike Main Page

    Oil Spill Volunteers

    Pascagoula River Audobon Center

    Ocean Springs Volunteer Sign UP

    Individual State Oil Clean-up Volunteer Opportunities

    Volunteer Louisiana
    ‘Louisiana Shore Clean-up’ Facebook Group

    Pascagoula (MS) River Audubon Society –

    www.OilSpillVolunteers.com – organized by residents of Ocean Springs

    Alabama Coastal Foundation:

    Mobile Bay National Estuary Program:
    Mobile Bay NEP Facebook Group: ‘Help Save the Gulf Coast from the Oil Leak’

    Mobile Baykeeper:

    Alabama Gulf Coast Convention and Visitors Bureau:
    Contact the state-organized volunteer bank by dialing 2-1-1 or 888-421-1266

    Volunteer Florida

    Florida Keys Environment Coalition

    Now partnered with The Nature Conservancy, US Fish and Wildlife, US Coast Guard, The United Way, GLEE, REEF Relief, and Miami Dade Schools.

    Other Info:
    To report oiled wildlife: 1-866-557-1401
    To discuss oil related damage: 1-800-440-0858
    To report oiled shoreline or request volunteer information: 1-866-448-5816

    For official Deepwater Horizon Response updates and information:
    Deepwater Horizon Response on Facebook

    Virtual Volunteering for Disaster Response

    Register at:

    Register to Volunteer

    1. June 24, 2010 at 6:35 am

      Become a Volunteer!

      Tri-State Leads Wildlife Response to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
      Experts from Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research are leading the wildlife rescue efforts following the Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf of Mexico. Tri-State’s oil spill response team has been on the Gulf Coast since the last week in April and is working with their West Coast colleagues, International Bird Rescue Research Center, and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to manage the rehabilitation of oiled wildlife.

      Don’t miss out on the chance to learn more about volunteering at Tri-State at one of our upcoming information sessions in June. These quick 1-hour sessions give an overview of what it means to volunteer in the Wild Bird Clinic. Once you attend the info session, you are eligible to take one of the all-day hands on workshops! Check the event calendar for dates and times.

    1. April 30, 2010 at 10:01 pm
    2. April 30, 2010 at 10:21 pm

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