• Volunteer and Donation Needs and Coordination

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    September 20, 2020

     

     

    • Resident who need assistance with tree removal, roof tarping, muck-outs or other manpower needs should call the Citizen Information Line, 850-983-INFO.
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    • Persons and organizations (churches, etc.) who would like to volunteer should call 850-983-INFO and a volunteer coordinator will match them to the best fit. 
    • Do NOT collect donations without knowing what is needed, where it is needed or having a plan to store and distribute.
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    • The United Way of West Florida is working round the clock to provide services to Santa Rosa & Escambia Counties. Their information and referral hotline, 211 Northwest Florida, is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  They link community members to housing assistance, food, health care, and more during these difficult times. Learn more by visiting https://bit.ly/35jHdJ9.  All calls are free and confidential.
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    • Locally, if you are in need of assistance, dial 211 to get connected to resources through @211NWFL. #United4WFL #LiveUnited
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    • You can help aid in the recovery by donating to UWWF’s Hurricane Sally Relief Fund. Text 850RELIEF to 41444 or visit www.uwwf.org/850RELIEF.
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    • You can also donate to SAFER Santa Rosa (www.facebook.com/safersantarosa) or mail a check to SAFER, 4499 Pine Forest Road, Milton, FL 32583. There is no call for in-kind donations.