AMPLIFY Hope: Hurricane Ian Relief & Recovery Fund

By AMPLIFY Clearwater Chamber Foundation 

This past week, the residents of Tampa Bay were watching as Hurricane Ian bore down on our communities. We all watched as the track of Ian adjusted to the East. We were spared a catastrophic event. But as a result, Hurricane Ian has taken a catastrophic toll on the Southwest Florida Coast, affecting thousands of businesses and residents. To help aid in the recovery efforts, AMPLIFY Clearwater has launched AMPLIFY Hope, a recovery fund focused on providing disaster relief assistance to the communities devasted by the storm.

AMPLIFY hope“In the coming weeks, our Foundation will work directly with the Fort Myers and Sanibel/Captiva Chambers of Commerce to identify those most in need and help them rebuild their businesses and lives.” said Amanda Payne, President/CEO. 100% of your tax-deductible donation will go to aid these organizations and their small businesses in their recovery efforts.

“We stand united as a business community in helping our southern neighbors. We will continue to engage with our Chamber family in these communities to determine how we can provide additional support and help contribute to the region’s economic recovery.”

Through the generosity of donors like you, we’ll be able to help more than 1.5 million Floridians, your neighbors and friend, begin on the road to recovery.

Make your gift today. Help AMPLIFY Hope provide life-changing support to those who desperately need it now.

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Our mission at AMPLIFY Clearwater Chamber Foundation is to advance the long-term welfare of our citizens by identifying, researching, analyzing and supporting factors that are key to improving the economic activity, business vitality, workforce readiness, and quality of life in the Sunshine State.  Image above is a stock photo of Clearwater Beach.  Content provided by the Amplify Clearwater for editorial purposes only–all right reserved.