Kiddush Hashem: Jewish Organizations Team Up To Support Florida Hurricane Victims

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A man walks through a street among damaged homes and businesses and debris in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., on Thursday, Sep 29, 2022, following Hurricane Ian. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times via AP)

FLOIDA (VINnews) — With the destruction left by the aftermath of Hurricane lan, Hatzalah South Florida has joined together with Chesed Shel Emes, Yedidim and local Rabbinical leadership to support our brothers and sisters in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Venice affected by Hurricane lan.

Following the direct impact of Hurricane lan on Florida’s Southwest coast, Hatzalah immediately deployed 4 rescue teams, an ambulance from Hatzalah Baltimore and 3 emergency response units from both Orlando Hatzalah and Hatzalah South Florida to assist in the relief operations beginning on Wednesday, October 28th 2022.

The devastation and destruction left behind by hurricane lan is tragic. In addition to local efforts, the combined organizations are assisting thousands in need during this crucial time. Many community members lost everything and require the very basics including essentials like cots, blankets, clothing, towels, toiletries, etc. To support these efforts, please donate generously to the unified fund spearheaded by Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowitz of the Fort Myers Chabad.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE

With blessing of Shana Tova,
HSF EMS Board


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