Hurricane Irma had a devastating impact on our state and in our community. Over 1 year later and her destruction can still be seen and felt. A drive through the neighborhood quickly reveals damaged roofs, downed fences, and other unrepaired damages, evidence that Irma still creates struggles for many, especially our most vulnerable citizens; the elderly, the disabled and low/moderate-income families.
Some are wondering how they will recover without the resources they need. At Bridge to Hope, we are working on #solutionsnotslogans to ensure that critical resources remain available and families have the support they need to find new housing or repair their damaged homes.
We are here, ready to help with recovery. As hundreds reach out to us for help, we welcome your participation and value your partnership in assisting in the ongoing recovery efforts. Together we can recover #floridastrong.
Thank you Balsam Hills,The Weather Channel, Peacock Foundation, The Miami Foundation Irma Relief Fund, InFaith Foundation, Trish Tolver, St. Paul's Lutheran Church Walkersville MD, Mattress Firm, Gray-Robinson Attorneys At Law, San Bernadino Valley College MEChA, Pine Grove School Rowley MA, and Woman's Fund Miami-Dade for supporting our Irma/Maria relief efforts.