#SimbiRelief

Help those affected by human and natural disasters


Simbi is built on people helping people – directly, the old fashioned way. In light of the recent natural disasters sweeping the Americas, and the recent terror attack in Las Vegas, we've created the #SimbiRelief program to allow normal people to support those impacted by these disasters to get the help they need, one human to another.

What are you looking to do?


Relief through geocaching
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I am creative and like to try new things. I am interested in using the barter system. Inflation may put the barter system back into play. It is great to interact with new people. Simbi is one of my...
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Relief through geocaching

Food Pantry Referral Brooklyn
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Simbi is a great website with easy accessibility & lots of beautiful talented individuals! I truly believe this place is full of giving in abundance and generosity. I searched and searched and this...
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Food Pantry Referral Brooklyn

Food Co-Op referral Los Angeles
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Simbi is a great website with easy accessibility & lots of beautiful talented individuals! I truly believe this place is full of giving in abundance and generosity. I searched and searched and this...
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Food Co-Op referral Los Angeles

Food Pantry Referral Los Angeles
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Simbi is a great website with easy accessibility & lots of beautiful talented individuals! I truly believe this place is full of giving in abundance and generosity. I searched and searched and this...
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Food Pantry Referral Los Angeles

Puerto Rico- free generators
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Once I pass the bar exam I will be able to advise clients on the most efficient ways to achieve their goals or resolve their conflicts at a fraction of the cost of current lawyers in this state. Te...
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Puerto Rico- free generators

Ask survival preparedness questions
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I'm excited to trade my skills and services and look for services that I need in return - outside of the system of traditional money. It's like going back to the basics of bartering and trade, alt...
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Ask survival preparedness questions

After hurricane needs
Came across Simbi on FB after hurricane Irma. I felt fortunate that my home and family was not affected in a catastrophic way. Being out of work during the hunkering down and recovery affected my ...
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After hurricane needs

How The Program Works


For those affected, any service they receive will be Pay it forward Pay It Forward - meaning it won’t cost the recipient a thing. Those providing the services, however, will compensate for their efforts in simbi credits. As a token of our gratitude, we'll credit you 20 each time you support someone via a service tagged '#SimbiRelief'. Let’s come together as a community and support those who are hit hardest by these unfortunate situations. We need each other.


Hurricanes & Fires: How You Can Help


If you live nearby...


  • Can you offer your time to people who need help cleaningand rebuilding?

  • Can you provide rides to people who can’t get from point A topoint B?

  • Might you have some extra storage space in your home, or could watch over someone’s pet while they are evacuated?

  • Do you have extra space in your home? Offer a SimbiStay to amember of our community who has nowhere to go.

  • Musicians are offering to play at shelters, chefs are cooking for displaced victims - perhaps you have a talent you could share to make someone’s day brighter?

City
Houston & Coastal Texas
Miami & Southern Florida
Orlando & Northern Florida
Atlanta & most of Georgia
The Central Carolinas
Richmond & Southern Virginia
Puerto Rico & the Caribbean

If you can help from afar...


  • Do you know how to navigate insurance claims and/or government forms? Offer up your time virtually to walk someone through the piles of paperwork.

  • Millions of people are left without an income as businesses close their doors. Can you help someone with their job search through resume editing, career coaching or financial planning?

  • Are you a lawyer or paralegal? Thousands are suddenly in need of free legal advice and don’t know where to turn.

  • Are you able to send items from afar? Whether it’s a handcrafted piece of art for a child or a homemade jar of jam, you might be able to show people who lost a lot how much they are cared for while making their day a bit easier.

  • Are you good at logistical support? Many people need help planning routes out of disaster zones, finding open shelters or hotels, and other logistical issues.

  • Do you have experience hiring qualified contractors or repairmen? Simbi folks need help to rebuild their homes and businesses but don’t know where to start. Give some advice.

  • Listening and emotional support. Many are dealing with the awful reality of loss and grief, so offering virtual support can be a light that guides someone through the dark tunnel.