Volunteer in Florida to help with recovery efforts after Hurricane Michael
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
75 people are interested
Hurricane Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida on October 10th, 2018 as a Category 4 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph. The third most intense Atlantic Hurricane to make landfall in the United States, Michael broke wind speed records as the strongest storm on record to hit the Florida Panhandle. As Michael tracked across the Southeastern United States, strong winds caused 1.2 million power outages across the region, with power failing in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Sadly, 35 individuals lost their lives as a result of the storm.
Our Hurricane Michael Rapid Response team has jumped into action and we are working in the Bay and Calhoun Counties within Florida. Our work will be focused on Chainsawing and Tree Work, Debris Removal, Mucking and Gutting, and Mold Sanitation.
Volunteering with All Hands and Hearts is free of charge, and we provide housing and meals for each workday. No construction experience is required - just an eagerness to work hard for a good cause!
We'll work with your schedule.
All Hands and Hearts BasePanama City Beach, FL 32413
- Disaster Response
- Disaster Cleanup
- Disaster Relief Care & Shelters
- Disaster Relief Call Center
- Safety & Disaster Education
- Search & Rescue
- People 55+
- Must be at least 16