Have a NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio and battery backup to receive important weather and other emergency-related warnings.
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Listing of food banks, pantries, farmers markets, and soup kitchens.
Please note some locations may have shifted distributions based on storm conditions. If you are in immediate need of food or services, please call 211.
For immediate housing needs, the American Red Cross and other voluntary, faith-based, and community-based organizations set up shelters for people who cannot return to their homes. Listen to your radio or watch local media for the location of the nearest shelter.
You can use the normal text message functionality on your phone to search for open shelters: text SHELTER and a Zip Code to 43362. For Spanish text REFUGIO and your zip code. (Standard text message rates apply.) You can also download the FEMA Mobile App to find open shelters. You may also contact 211, if available in your area. Listings of Shelter Locations can be found: https://floridadisaster.org/Shelters/
Before you go to a shelter, always check for availability and services. Searching for shelters will not add you to a list. Think of it like doing a search on the Internet.
For health and space reasons, pets are generally not permitted in public emergency shelters. Contact your local emergency management office or your local animal shelter or humane society to see if there is a shelter set up to take pets in an emergency.
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To make a contribution that will go directly to the Feeding Florida Network's disaster efforts, please visit: https://www.feedingflorida.org/taking-action/donate
If you are looking to make a donation of food, supplies, or other resources please call 1-855-FLA-FOOD (1-855-352-3663).