HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF – $2,236,410
Miami Recovery Fund – $700,000
Helping individuals and families in Miami-Dade who were directly impacted by Hurricane Irma receive assistance with rent/mortgage, utilities, food, medicine, and other basic needs through a voucher system. Funds were distributed through the following agencies:
- Catalyst Miami
- Centro Campesino
- Connect Familias
- Jewish Community Services
- Miami-Dade County Community Action Agency
- Redlands Christian Migrant Association
- Sant La
- Youth Co-op
- Salvation Army
Small Business Fund – $251,887
To assist micro-businesses recover from the hurricane.
Feeding South Florida – $51,250
To offset costs associated with food provided locally in response to Irma.
Agency Recovery Fund – $822,728
Targeted for local non-profits to help address repair costs, loss of income and insurance deductibles.
United Way of the Florida Keys – $360,545
United Way of Collier County – $50,000
PUERTO RICO RELIEF – $1,981,000
Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico – $1,386,000
Provision of solar panels to 8 communities in Puerto Rico, water filtration systems to 10,000 expectant mothers, debit cards, supplies and increased funding to agencies providing direct relief assistance.
Food for the Poor – $545,000
Shipment of 6 containers to Puerto Rico containing generators, gas, propane canisters, fans, tarps, mosquito netting and medical supplies.