Hurricane Dorian

Our neighbors in Florida need us

The National Weather Center predicts that Dorian is likely to remain an extremely dangerous hurricane as it moves near the northwestern Bahamas and approaches the Florida peninsula through the weekend. If Dorian makes landfall as a Category 4 storm, it would be the strongest storm to hit Florida’s Atlantic coast since Hurricane Andrew made landfall as a Category 5 storm in 1992. Andrew is blamed for 65 fatalities and more than $27 billion worth of damage. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) expects Dorian to impact the majority of Florida.

What Hispanic Federation is doing:

  • Procuring water, food and supplies to make available to Osceola, Seminole, Orange, and Volusia;
  • Providing volunteers to translate at shelters and Federal agencies;
  • Providing staff and volunteers to drive residents to designated shelters;
  • Providing general information about how to manage a hurricane and where to find resources after.

What you can do:

Florida is potentially facing the most dangerous hurricane in almost three decades.

Hispanic Federation is counting on individuals like you to help our fellow Americans in this time of need. Please donate or help as you can!