Hurricane Irma Relief Fund

Hurricane Irma Relief Fund

The Hurricane Irma Relief Fund will help nonprofits stabilize and rebuild after the storm and get back to business as usual - serving their clients and continuing their programs.

The Fund will support:

  • Stabilizing nonprofits so they can help communities get back to normal
  • Gaps in federal, state, and insurance benefits to help nonprofits serve their clients
  • Rebuilding our regional economy and returning stability to individuals and families through nonprofits focused in these areas
  • Other challenges that could arise as we uncover the true effects of the storm

Current Investors & Contributors

Foundations & Corporations

Florida Blue
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

Individuals

Karen Arms
Ayanna Burgett
Sanjay Chaudhari
Johnny Clark
Lawrence Cudlitz
Jesa David
Stephanie Hessler
Tanny Ladue
Debra Lineberry
Michael Morsberger
Chris M. Perkins
Carl Stone

Fund Summary

(as of October 11, 2017)

Total Contributions

$108,440

Community Supporters

16

From Mark Brewer, President/CEO

Irma Relief News

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Central Florida Foundation Identifies Nonprofits Struggling After Hurricane Irma

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 11, 2017) – As the Central Florida community moves forward after Hurricane Irma, some nonprofits are still struggling to get back to...

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