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How to Help Those Impacted by Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian has impacted millions of people, namely in Florida and Cuba. Here are organizations that you can donate to or support to help those in need.

How to Help Those Impacted by Hurricane Ian

Florida Rising 

Florida Rising is a grassroots community-driven organization dedicated to supporting and empowering Black and brown communities who are disadvantaged by devastating storms. They collaborate with other organizations to provide relief to those most vulnerable. You can donate here. 

Save the Children 

Save the Children serves countless families and children in need after crises. The organization focuses on essentials like diapers, hygiene kits, and other necessary child-friendly items. You can donate here. Save the Children also accepts cryptocurrency donations. 

Florida Disaster Fund 

The Florida Disaster Fund is the State’s official private fund dedicated to supporting Floridian communities who are impacted by disasters like Hurricane Ian. While you can donate to the fund, you can also find opportunities to volunteer and help rebuild. You can search for volunteering opportunities here. 

Metropolitan Ministries 

Metropolitan Ministries provides essential services for underserved and impoverished communities, such as shelter, meal services, and more. You can donate money, as well as non-perishable food items and host food bank drives in your community. Donating to other organizations like Feeding Florida is another great way to donate food to those in need. 

Global Giving 

Global Giving is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping international communities who have been impacted by disasters. To help those in Cuba who have been displaced, we recommend donating to their Hurricane Ian fund here. 

FEMA 

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is a government agency centered on responding to major disasters in the United States. Their official website provides useful information about how to best support those in need of assistance, be it financial donations or volunteer work. Check out their guidance here.