Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Irma Relief


LAKELAND AREA - How to drop off supplies to help those in Sebring

The Morning Cruise spoke with Erin, who works with a community in the Sebring area that was hit hard by Irma. To coordinate helping with the community in Sebring, e-mail Erin:
You can also drop off food/supplies at their Lakeland office :

Century Company
(CenterState Bank Building, 7th Floor)
500 S. Florida Ave.
Lakeland, FL 33801 

FEMA Information from The Morning Cruise

This morning, we spoke with Lynn, a FEMA representative, to find out how to apply for disaster relief. To learn more about how to apply for disaster relief, visit


Convoy of Hope

Convoy of Hope is a faith based organization that specializes in disaster relief. They were prepositioned in the panhandle of FL, waiting until it was safe to start traveling south to deliver food and supplies all over the state. They also have teams stationed in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Haiti, the British Virgin Islands and several other Caribbean countries that have been affected by Irma.

Donate to Convoy of Hope


Volunteer Florida

Volunteer Florida is a non-profit organization, sponsored by the state of Florida to be the leader in gathering volunteers for disaster relief efforts. For people that want to give their time and resources outside of donating money, you can volunteer to work in a shelter, deliver food, become Red Cross certified, etc with Volunteer Florida.

Volunteer with Volunteer Florida


Feeding Florida

Feeding Florida is part of the Feeding America network and the umbrella organization for Feeding Tampa Bay, one of our #bejoy backpacks organizations. They collect food and donations to fill food banks all 67 counties of Florida. Currently they are mobilizing efforts to provide food and relief supplies to those still without power and access to food.

Donate to Feeding Florida