Help Those Affected by Hurricane Michael Through the Florida College System Donation Drive

In recent years, from the Pulse nightclub to Hurricane Irma, Central Florida has experienced some major uproot. Fortunately, our brothers and sisters near and far rallied behind us. But now, after Hurricane Michael, families in the Florida Panhandle could use the same love from us.

Gulf Coast State College in Panama City and Chipola College in Marianna suffered devastating damage, and the faculty, staff and students of both institutions need our help. The Florida College System is accepting donations to help employees and students gain access to emergency funds that can help with food, water, clothing, fuel and more. One-hundred percent of the donations will go to the impacted colleges.

As these areas begin to rebuild in the weeks and months to come, your donations will help jump start the lives of those dedicated to the success and development of their regions.

To donate, click the button below. If you make a donation through this effort, thank you.

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