Desperation in the Panhandle
Hurricane Michael was the most powerful storm to hit the Florida panhandle. 1.5 million people are without power, water or food.
We have made initial ground assessments and our relief assets are in route and will arrive at our Florida base-camp later this afternoon to begin massive relief and recovery operations.
- Cash donations
- Bottled water, Gatorade, electrolyte powder
- Generators, dehumidifiers, fans, shop vacs
- Bulk food, fresh produce, frozen meat
- Shower trailer, refrigerated tractor-trailer
- Tarps, ladders, hammers and power tools
- Personal hygiene items, laundry soap
- Respirators, trash bags, hand tools, wheel barrels
- Skid Steer / bob-cat
- 24′ enclosed trailer & heavy duty truck
- Coolers, ice
Responders are now arriving on the scene. There will be a convoy of Responders leaving from the ATS, overnighting in Wilmington to gather supplies, and then driving to our base camp in Florida.
We do not deploy untrained individuals. If you are NOT trained and certified with CRI and want to volunteer, you can get trained quickly online here. We are offering a 50% discount on online training if you intend to deploy. Use coupon code: ” michael”.