Feeding the Gulf Coast is providing emergency relief to those hit by Hurricane Michael.
Feeding the Gulf Coast serves seven counties along the Florida Panhandle, including the hardest hit areas devastated by Hurricane Michael—Panama City and Mexico Beach. This disaster has left families, seniors, children and even babies without food and water to meet their most essential basic needs.
As the third strongest storm in history, Hurricane Michael has left unimaginable destruction in its wake. With countless homes, jobs and businesses damaged or destroyed, tens of thousands of individuals are still struggling daily. With your support, Feeding the Gulf Coast tirelessly works to ensure food, water and other necessities are provided to those impacted by this catastrophic storm.
To date, Feeding the Gulf Coast has distributed over 6.5 million pounds of food, water and supplies to Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson and Washington counties, going beyond our normal service area to serve those communities who need our help. Our staff has been on the ground providing daily relief since the day after Hurricane Michael made landfall and we will continue to provide disaster relief as these communities rebuild.
Feeding the Gulf Coast is fully committing our efforts, staff and resources to reach those whose lives have been impacted. Thank you for supporting our disaster relief efforts and providing help and hope to those who need it so desperately.
*100% of designated donations will go to towards hunger relief in areas impacted by Hurricane Michael. We anticipate the need will remain at least a year. Once all disaster relief and recovery needs have been met, any remaining donations will be used to fund ongoing disaster relief efforts or will be redirected to where the need for hunger relief is greatest.