Gulf Coast Disaster Fund Activated

Gulf Coast Community Foundation has activated the Gulf Coast Disaster Fund to support immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts in our region following Hurricane Irma.

Tax-deductible donations can be made to this fund online through our Gulf Coast Disaster Fund portal.

The Gulf Coast Disaster Fund facilitates donations from donors anywhere to assist nonprofit organizations with post-emergency relief, recovery, and rebuilding costs. Gulf Coast will work with government and nonprofit leaders to determine the relief and recovery efforts that meet our region’s greatest need.

Organizations and individuals are urged to share this link as an option for donors to quickly and easily contribute to our community’s recovery efforts.
 


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