Treasure Coast Food Bank - Hurricane IRMA Update
This update is to share with you that we are prepared to help the thousands of people affected by Hurricane Irma recovering from the devastating rain, winds and floods across Florida.
The roof damage to our distribution center has not prevented us from opening our facility today. Our team at Treasure Coast Food Bank is quickly assessing the urgent needs in our service area.
Truckloads of water, ice and shelf-stable food and supplies are arriving at our facility to be distributed to our neighbors in need starting today. We are working with the counties and our partner agencies to determine the highest priority items and locations. If you or someone you know needs immediate help, please use our resource locator.
We encourage anyone available to volunteer over the coming days and weeks. We will be preparing emergency food boxes and sorting food and other essentials for distribution in Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties.
We could not do this important work without the commitment of so many supporters. Your donation today will help provide emergency assistance to families and individuals along the Treasure Coast who have been displaced or affected by Hurricane Irma.
We will continue to keep you posted on our disaster relief services. Please follow us on Facebook for more immediate updates.
Thank you for helping those in our community.
President & CEO
Treasure Coast Food Bank
Treasure Coast Food Bank, the largest hunger relief organization on Florida's Treasure Coast, provides direct services and outreach programs to help support children, seniors, and families in need.
With your support, we can help those in our community
impacted by Hurricane Irma.