Jordan, who played college basketball at UNC and grew up in the state, provided meals in front of a Lowe's in his childhood hometown of Wilmington.
Florence, which made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane on Friday, September 14, resulted in 42 fatalities in North Carolina, per the state's Department of Public Safety. Through November 20, a total of 134,974 people have registered for disaster assistance.
Jordan, who donated $2 million to hurricane relief in addition to providing boxed meals in September, according to TMZ, also took the time to meet with children at a local Boys & Girls Club and gave out free food and sneakers.
Associated Press sportswriter Steve Reed posted video of the moment:
In a comment to Reed, Jordan said, "I can give money all day long, but at some point you want them to understand you're human."