The 2018 hurricane season is well underway. The most recent storm, Hurricane Michael, left parts of the Florida Panhandle in ruins, with at least five people dead and 1.1 million without power. The storm is expected to push through and off the Atlantic Coast, wrecking havoc with powerful winds and flooding.
When disaster first strikes, immediate aid is needed to help communities get back on their feet. Afterwards, rebuilding and strengthening resilience can take years.
In the days after Hurricane Florence, Jewish Federations sprang into action to raise funds for the impacted communities. And we’re still here—helping make sure that the urgent needs of the most severely impacted are met.
Help these hurricane victims today.