Quick And Easy Ways To Help With Hurricane Ian Relief
Now that Hurricane Ian has gone through Florida the clean up begins. There is also a lot of people that need help. Here are some quick and easy ways to help with Hurricane Ian Relief.
Governor Ron DeSantis is looking for volunteers to assist people recovering from the hurricane. You can sign up through Volunteer Florida. Here are some places that have availabilities for volunteer opportunities.
- Red Cross Shelter Volunteer – Virtual
- Red Cross Disaster Volunteer – Sebring
- Hurricane Ian Salvation Army – Fort Myers
- Disaster Mental Health Services – Tampa, Orlando, Sarasota, Daytona Beach and Winter Haven
- Disaster Action Team Responder – Melbourne
Our company Beasley Media Group is proud to support the Red Cross. You can text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
Another way to help with Hurricane Ian relief is donating to Volunteer Florida Disaster Relief Fund Here. Another way to donate is to text DISASTER to 20222
President Biden approved Governor Ron DeSantis’ request for an emergency declaration. FEMA has put out what their response will be after Hurricane Ian.
FEMA has 3.7 million meals and 3.5 million liters of water staged in Alabama. Florida officials prepared 360 trailers with more than two million meals and more than one million gallons of water for distribution to affected areas. The U.S. Coast Guard staged 17 helicopters, 14 fixed wing aircraft and 18 small boats for immediate search & rescue response with an additional 15 aircraft and 20 small boats on standby. There are several hundred generators and pumps, in addition to debris removal equipment, have been staged for response and recovery efforts.
“We have five FEMA teams that are stationed here to create a total complement of 600 boots on the ground, trauma surgeons, engineers and also K9 units in addition to shallow water boat vehicles. These groups will enter into those neighborhoods of the affected devastated areas, ” Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis told reporters on Wednesday in Lake City.
For those who want to volunteer as part of the #HurricaneIan recovery, we have an official volunteer portal with @VolunteerFla.— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) September 29, 2022
Visit https://t.co/fDtSBRK8K1 to find volunteer opportunities. pic.twitter.com/474WASQKle