You Can Help!
World Hope has mobilized our disaster relief response team along with our network of local and global nonprofits, corporate, church, and logistics partners to help provide needed assistance to Florida communities.
The devastation brought on by one of the strongest hurricanes in history to hit Florida is undeniable.
Your support today can help to build a foundation for sustained recovery and rebuilding efforts in communities affected by Hurricane Ian.
The support and generosity of donors just like you have already helped produce hundreds of gallons of clean water for use in the hard-hit area of Ft. Myers. Now the fund is transitioning to support longer-term recovery efforts.
World Hope is mobilizing volunteers now as we partner with local, vetted organizations to help rebuild communities.
Hope is on the Way!
World Hope is mobilizing volunteers now as we partner with local, vetted organizations to help rebuild communities affected by Hurricane Ian.
Check back for updates on our continued response.
Hope is on the ground
Our team is on the ground making and providing clean drinking water by using a portable desalinization system.
Hope is on the way
Our team is delivering supplies and clean water makers to the devastated Ft. Myers area in Florida.
It takes a consortium of powerful partners and their combined expertise to prepare for and provide help to communities in need when disaster strikes.
Learn more about how this emergency response preparedness partnership works by clicking on the video.
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