Hurricane Michael Resources Page

October 2018

Hurricane Michael

Post your needs or how you can help.

Stephanie Rodgers posted an update.
1/13/2019 09:17:09 I'm a photographer who has been taking photos of the damage done around Panama City and Mexico Beach. I made a live Facebook video while I was in Mexico Beach taking photos. I was angry, holding back tears apparently people heard that in my voice. I never expected the video to go viral but it did. I mentioned in this video how Hurricane Michael took so much from people and destroyed so many lives that families woke up on Christmas morning in tents. I want to take advantage of the fact that this video did go viral, make another one where people are living in tents and ask people to help donate and if they have trailers they don't use to donate those too. I don't want to put anyone on the spot or make them feel uncomfortable. I only want to help these families out of tents and into a trailer.
Rhonda Jimmerson posted an update.
1/5/2019 06:49:54 I have a ticket in for the removal to the road, I no longer need this, but have different aid request.
Rebecca Schneider posted an update.
12/23/2018 15:42:49 Alice Tipton and I have a tree about to fall on my home I am 79 years old and have asked my insurance to take it down and they will not. I am worried that it will soon fall on my home. I would be so thankful for help with it. My address is 752 scenic drive Grenada, Mississippi my phone number is 662-614-0076.
Wiley Richardson posted an update.
12/8/2018 18:45:27 My name is Rose Lipscomb and I am posting this for my friend Wiley Richardson who lives in Sneads, Fl. Here are the things he needs help with: Replacement of the skirt around his trailer and repair where the tin was torn off one end. He had lots of trees blown down, and someone cut them into sections for him, but he needs help hooking them to his Kiwasaki Mule to drag them to the road. A tree fell on his storage unit and the contents are being exposed to the rain, so he needs help with that. His boat was in his boathouse, and it sank. The insurance company is demanding the original title and photos of the boat, which he cannot locate. The policy had a $500 deductible, but because the storm had a name, the deductible was raised to $1000. The insurance company is Progressive. If anyone has experience in dealing with insurance companies, I'm sure he would welcome the help. If you are unable to get in touch with Wiley, you can email me at rsml51@charter.net and I will give you my telephone number here in Alabama. Wiley is in his 70s, and has LOTs of health problems, making it hard for him to get around, much less do this kind of work. He's a good person, so I hope someone can lend him a hand. Thank you.
Monica Patten posted an update.
12/8/2018 11:23:30 My 5 year old daughter and I are now homeless because the home we were renting is no longer available after Hurricane Michael. My daughter is temporarily staying with my ex mother-in-law, but I have been bouncing around between friends' couches. I finally found new employment but there are virtually no places to rent. I have been denied assistance by FEMA and have no savings or other income. I am in need of a camper or RV in any condition for a low price or small payments or any other options for a home to rent around the Bay County area we need to stay somewhat close to my mother-in-law, but are willing to move. I also need a shed to put our things on as they must be moved from our old residence. Finally if anyone has the ability to help with eyeglasses my daughter has a serious eye condition and needs a a replacement pair and an appointment with a specialist that I can not afford at this time and Medicaid will not cover. Thank u so much!
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Home Rebuilds

76

Volunteers Needed

335

Rebuild Progress

2%

Overall Progress

5%

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Citizen Assistance Dispatch

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How to Help

Hurricane Michael - Map of Distribution Centers for Supply Pickup and Dropoff and Shelters
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If you would like to help manage rescource information for this disaster please email RobGaudet@CrowdRelief.net.
Donations

Cajun Navy Hurricane Michael Relief Fund

We've created the Cajun Navy Hurricane Michael Relief Fund where you can give to help people affected by Hurricane Michael get back on their feet more quickly.

Cajun Navy Foundation believes that in today’s world, there is no reason that compassionate neighbors in affected communities can’t fill the void and bring relief as efficiently and as fast as any established entity. In fact, we think this model will be faster.

During a disaster, citizens are hungry to help those in need and when they’re our neighbors, local, efficient, fast, with no red tape and very little overhead, they can’t be stopped. We believe we have created a better way called “Citizen-led Relief”.

The DNA of Cajun Navy can be explained in one sentence: “When you’re hungry, there is no waste.” We’ve spent the last year creating innovative ways to help citizens bring organic relief to those who need it. Unlike established organizations, we can scale fast, adjust on the fly and meet specific needs which eliminate waste.

Anywhere there are people that are hungry or in need, good citizens are hungry to help them and Cajun Navy Foundation wants to bring them together.

Please consider a donation to the Cajun Navy Hurricane Michael Relief Fund

Boaters

Rescue Boater West and East Team Contacts

Attention Rescue Teams

We have divided the affected areas into two different divisions based on Interstate 75. Please read on to find your point of contact for each of the affected areas. You MUST register on this site as volunteer in order to participate.

West Team (West of I-75)

Areas to the west of I-75 will be considered the West Team and will be managed by Billie and Shannon Savee.
Please contact Crystal to help on the west team.

Billie Barnes Dase - BillieDase (Zello)

Shannon - Slsavee2123 (Zello)


East Team (East of I-75)

Areas to the east of I-75 will be considered the East Team and will be managed by Kim Evans and Shannon Savee.
Please contact Kim or Shannon to help on the east team.

Kim Evans - JRSNO1FAN (Zello)

Shannon - Slsavee2123 (Zello)


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