Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts

Hurricane Irma has had a serious impact in many communities. Here are some ways to help with relief and recovery.  We are in touch with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and other foundations and will update this list as needed.

Community Foundation of the Florida Keys has established the My Key West Emergency Relief Fund to provide critical support to residents in the Keys, the hardest hit area of the state.  My Key West Emergency Relief Fund

Southwest Florida Community Foundation is accepting donations to the SWFL Hurricane Relief Fund, a partnership with local United Ways to provide relief to people impacted by Hurricane Irma in hard-hit Southwest Florida, including Naples, Fort Myers and Marco Island. SWFL Hurricane Relief Fund

Miami Foundation has a Hurricane Relief Fund to support Irma relief and recovery in South Florida.  It also has an Irma Caribbean Strong Relief Fund for relief to small Caribbean nations. Hurricane Relief Fund (and other funds)

Community Foundation of Sarasota County has established a Hurricane Irma Relief Fund to meet relief and recovery needs in the hard-hit areas around Venice and Sarasota. Hurricane Irma Relief Fund

Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund is a partnership of Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, area United Ways, Jesse Ball DuPont Fund and the Jewish Federation of Jacksonville.  Funds will assist with relief and recovery in the areas of Jacksonville and Northeast Florida that have seen record flooding. Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund

Other Relief Efforts:

Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services is the disaster relief arm of this charitable organization and is taking donations to provide relief in communities affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Salvation Army

American Red Cross provides emergency assistance and disaster relief in times of crisis, and is seeking donations to help people impacted by Hurricane Irma. American Red Cross

Feeding Florida is the state network of food banks and is accepting donations.  Feeding Florida

Center for Disaster Philanthropy has launched the CDP Hurricane Irma Recovery Fund for medium- and long-term recovery needs. CDP Hurricane Irma Recovery Fund