THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS DONATIONS TO HELP HURRICANE MICHAEL VICTIMS
Islamorada collected non-perishable items to contribute to the donation drive organized by Monroe County Fire Rescue. Your donations are being delivered by to people in need in Bay County. The donations of pet food, cleaning supplies, baby diapers, personal care items, non-perishable food, extension cords, batteries, hand/power tools and generators will benefit many people recovering from Hurricane Michael.
DONATION OPTIONS FOR DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE
We appreciate that Islamorada residents have big hearts and are looking for ways to help those affected by Hurricane Michael, Hurricane Florence and other devastating events. Everyone able to give assistance is encouraged to make monetary donations to their favorite recognized charities. Just a few of the many charitable options are provided below:
Donors to the American Red Cross, can designate their donation to Hurricane Michael relief efforts by choosing that option when donating at
https://www.redcross.org/ or 800-RED-CROSS.
To make a $10 donation, text the word Michael to 90999.
The United Way of Northwest Florida reports that 100% of all Hurricane Michael donations to will be applied to local relief efforts in the Northwest Florida. Go to http://unitedwaynwfl.org/.
Text-to-give NWFLUnited (on 41444)
850Strong (on 41444)
The Feeding Florida website reports that for every $1, they can provide $7 worth of food.
Go to https://www.feedingflorida.org/
Or donate to benefit PETS affected by the hurricanes:
Humane Society of Bay County https://adoptme.org/donate
The Humane Society of the United States is deployed in Florida, working with local officials to transport and care for animals. Donate to the Emergency Animal Rescue Fund.
Wings of Rescue https://www.wingsofrescue.org/donate/ flies pets to safety and on the same flights brings humanitarian aid and pet food to the affected areas. Year-round, Wings of Rescue flies adoptable pets from areas with high euthanasia rates to places where there is a shortage of pets available for adoption.