Help Ahead of Hurricane Dorian

Help Ahead of Hurricane Dorian

Last updated 9/6/19

In response to Hurricane Dorian, Lyft is committed to doing our part to help those in need. We’re activating our Wheels for All program to help provide rides to those evacuating.

Across the Eastern coast of Florida and South Carolina, we’re partnering with United Way and 211s to provide discounted rides using code DORIANRELIEF for those evacuating to local shelters. Valid for two free rides up to $15 each, between now and Sept. 15 at 11:59 p.m.


Volusia County:

  • Volusia County Fairgrounds, 3150 W. State Road 44, DeLand

North Carolina:

Durham County:

  • Old Sears store at North Gate Mall, 1058 W Club Blvd, Durham

New Hanover County

  • Holly Shelter Middle School, 3921 Roger Haynes Dr. Castle Hayne (accepts pets)

  • Codington Elementary, 4321 Carolina Beach Rd. Wilmington

Brunswick County

  • North Burnswick High School, 114 Scropion Drive, Leland (accepts pets)

  • West Brunswick High School, 550 Whiteville Road, Shallotte (accepts pets)

Pender County

  • Cape Fear Middle School, 1886 NC-133, Rocky Point (accepts pets)

  • Malpass Corners Elementary, 4992 Malpass Corner Rd, Burgaw 

  • Topsail Elementary,  17385 US-17, Hampstead

Careteret County

  • Newport Middle School, 500 E Chatham Street, Newport

Mecklenburg County

  • Charlotte Motor Speedway, 5555 Concord Pkwy S, Concord

  • Rock City Campground on Bruton Smith Boulevard 

    • Evacuees are asked to check in at the Camping World Racing Resort office, 6600 Bruton Smith Blvd, Concord

Please note that shelters may be experiencing high capacity. Check your local shelter for more information, including any changes in operating hours or location.

Safety is fundamental to Lyft and we will continue to monitor the conditions and communicate with Lyft drivers, riders, and government officials. As always, we look forward to providing rides to those who need them. 

Our hearts go out to those impacted by Hurricane Dorian.

Stay tuned for updates, including how we will be supporting our communities after the storm.

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