Help us help others
This form will help us provide relief for farmers affected by Hurricane Ian.
One of our members will be traveling back and forth between the West and East coast of Florida regularly and will be able to bring donations of supplies to those affected by the storm.
Please fill out this form to the best of your knowledge. Submit “N/A” to any field that does not apply to you. If you have items you would like to donate, please visit our donation page.
To donate, please visit our Donation Page.
“More than 1.9 million reported power outages”flgov.com
“There are 8 USAR teams with more than 800 team members performing search and rescue.”flgov.com
“FDEM has compiled a Shelter in Place Survey to provide critical information to first responders during and after the anticipated landfall of Hurricane Ian. We are asking all individuals in the impact area of Hurricane Ian that made the decision to shelter in place to complete the survey. Please visit FloridaDisaster.org/Report to find the Shelter in Place Survey.”flgov.com
“FDEM has activated the State Assistance Information Line (SAIL) to provide an additional resource for Floridians to receive up-to-date information regarding Hurricane Ian. Residents and visitors can call this toll-free hotline at 1-800-342-3557.”flgov.com
“FDEM has received more than 2,000 resource requests for Hurricane Ian and fulfilled. Over 1,700 of these requests are currently being processed and are either en route or being mobilized. This includes the coordination of resources such as: trucks of food and water, generators and water pumps.”flgov.com
“The state website for reporting missing persons related to Hurricane Ian is http://missing.fl.gov. If you need to report a missing person, fill out the form on behalf of “Someone Else.” You can also fill out the form on behalf of yourself if communications are limited.”flgov.com