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Posted on: October 1, 2020

Santa Rosa County residents need your help

Civic and faith-based groups are needed to help Santa Rosa County residents struggling with manpower needs following Hurricane Sally. Volunteers are needed to cut and remove trees, tarp roofs, clean yards and perform other physical tasks for the county’s more vulnerable citizens. Organizations may register at www.crisiscleanup.org now and will be fast-tracked for approval in time for the crisp cooler weather this weekend! Registration through Crisis Cleanup is important in ensuring needs can be met without duplication of efforts.

Can’t volunteer physically but still want to help? Donate funds to assist Santa Rosa County residents in need through SAFER, (www.santarosa.fl.gov/353/SAFER), Santa Rosa County’s Support Alliance for Emergency Readiness, a local organization that serves the unmet needs of county residents during the long-term recovery period following disasters, or through United Way of West Florida by texting 850Relief to 41444 or online at www.uwwf.org/850Relief.

Santa Rosa County residents who need assistance are encouraged to call Crisis Cleanup, 800-451-1954, to make a request for help.

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