Join us on Sunday, Dec. 11, for a preserve and waterways cleanup!
Register at https://bit.ly/waterwaycleanup
Recovery looks different for everyone. There are many ways to get help and to offer help.
- United Way Suncoast Disaster Recovery Services (https://unitedwaysuncoast.org/disaster-recovery) provides a list of resources for disaster recovery.
- Sarasota County Government (https://www.scgov.net/government/emergency-services/hurricane-recovery) or call 941-861-5000
- Manatee County (https://manateecf.org/donors/support-our-community-after-a-disaster/) or call 3-1-1
- Volunteer Florida (https://www.volunteerflorida.org/)
- Donate to the Florida Ian Response Fund, which is operated by a group of non-profit organizations that are organized to respond (https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ianresponsefl)
COMPLETED! Lend a hand to the local community. Saturday, October 22 at 9 AM
Join Amaryllis Park Neighborhood Association, one of Suncoast Waterkeeper's Environmental Working Group partners in north Sarasota, to assist in a community clean up on Saturday, October 22, at 9 AM. Bring water, gloves, and rakes (if you have one); we will remove debris. Please meet us at Bay First Bank at 1782 MLK Way, Sarasota, FL 34234.
- Sunday, December 11 - Waterways and Preserve Cleanup in Englewood. Register at https://bit.ly/waterwaycleanup
Suncoast Waterkeeper continues to seek opportunities to organize its membership around recovery efforts.