Below are organizations helping to lead Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Miami-Dade County, the Florida Keys and Southwest Florida. We encourage you to support their work on the ground helping families, communities and businesses rebuild and recover. Click here to give to the Hurricane Relief Fund at The Miami Foundation.
– The Southwest Florida Community Foundation is partnering with United Way to support Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Southwest Florida. Donations can be general or designated to one of the following counties: Lee, Hendry, Glades, Charlotte or Collier Counties. Click here to donate or text GIVESWFL to 444999.
– Gulf Coast Community Foundation has established a disaster fund focused on making the region habitable again so residents can resume their daily lives. Click here to donate.
– The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys has created a relief fund for local nonprofits and faith-based groups helping residents of the Keys recover. Click here to donate.
– Bridge to Hope will work to provide services to South Florida’s vulnerable communities affected by Hurricane Irma, such as the elderly, chronically ill, homeless and low-income households. Click here to donate.
– Catholic Relief Services is working with their partners in the smaller Caribbean islands to help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts and prepare for Hurricane Jose. Click here to donate.
– The Consulate General of Antigua and Barbuda is accepting donations of diapers, baby formula, wipes, personal hygiene items, canned foods and medical supplies at a warehouse in Miami-Dade County. Click here to learn more.
– Early Learning Children’s Foundation will provide recovery resources to more than 1,500 childcare programs across Miami-Dade and Monroe county to serve high vulnerable children in the community. Click here to donate.
– Feeding South Florida runs a disaster relief program, assisting evacuees from South Florida and surrounding counties. Click here to learn more about their efforts, and click here to donate.
– Goodwill of South Florida’s donation centers will receive clothing and household item donations. Click here to find a center near you.
–The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and United Way of Miami-Dade are partnering with local nonprofits to support immediate and long-term recovery needs. Click here to donate.
– The New Florida Majority is recruiting volunteers in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Click here for more information and to sign up.
– The Red Cross is recruiting volunteers to help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts. Click here to learn more.
– United Way of Miami-Dade is recruiting volunteers for the county and United Way’s partner agencies. Click here to volunteer.
– Volunteer Florida will list resources for volunteers as the storm develops.