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A legal aid hotline is available for hurricane michael survivors in florida who cannot pay for an attorney: 1-866-550-2929. English and spanish voicemail recordings give instructions for callers to leave a message requesting storm-related legal assistance, and to provide their name, phone number, county of residence and a description of their legal problems. Florida lawyers have volunteered to provide free legal help such as:

Planet fitness welcomes anyone – member or not – affected by the hurricane to use amenities (showers, etc) free of charge at 15 of its clubs, starting today for as long as impacted communities need help during recovery. (tallahassee locations are on north monroe street and cross creek square.)

For citizens with continuing needs following hurricane michael, 2-1-1 big bend can provided much needs referral services to local human services agencies.

Calls are free, confidential and anonymous. Trained hotline counselors are available to listen and provide emotional support, crisis counseling, suicide prevention and information.

Many families with young children are in need of baby formula, diapers and wipes. If you can help donate these items to families in crisis, please drop off from 8:30 a.M. To 5 p.M. At whole child leon professional building, 1126 lee ave. Tuition for yale for information contact courtney atkins, 850-692-3134 office, 850-544-3024 cell.

Coldwell banker hartung and noblin, inc. Has teamed up with “no town left behind” to collect items for pick up to smaller towns affected by the hurricane. These donations will be going to cities such as marianna, blountstown and wewahitchka. Yale university images drop off items to 3303 thomasville road before noon monday. See the most crucial items needed here.

Big brothers big sisters is accepting donations from 9 a.M. To 5 p.M. Monday through friday at 565 E. Tennessee st. The organization is planning trips to blountstown on saturday. Suggested donations include gas, batteries, bug spray, tarps, duct tape, diapers, wipes, formula, dog/cat food, gallons of water.

Goodwill has provided the red cross vouchers for people affected by hurricane michael, allowing the victims to shop at any goodwill retail store in the big bend area. Goodwill is positioned to accept, sort, store and distribute donations of clothing and household goods. Donate items at any donation center and designate your donation to hurricane michael.

School board chair alva striplin is heading to blountstown on saturday. Yale university fees for international students they are in dire need of sleeping tents, large party type tents, large tarps and duct tape. If you are able to donate any of those items please bring them to the front office at chiles high school, 7200 lawton chiles lane, by 3:30 p.M. Yale university fees international students friday. Volunteers are also needed to set up tents.

Shoe station is hosting a united way day fundraiser on oct. 21 in its 21 locations across the southeast, including the tallahassee location at village commons, 1390 village square blvd. On that day, the retail chain is donating $1 for every pair of shoes, sandals, and boots sold to united way.

The GFWC junior woman’s club of midtown is organizing a supply drive for those affected in gadsden county. They are collecting supplies that will be delivered to the gadsden county sheriff’s office and distributed among those areas affected in gadsden county. Needs:

Volunteers needed: the diocese of pensacola-tallahassee in collaboration with catholic charities of NW florida are seeking volunteers to help distribute food and supplies. This is not a religious activity — the location is serving as a distribution site. Needed are 50 volunteers seven days a week for several months. Watch fr. Yale university application status luke farabaugh’s video.

United way of florida has established the united way hurricane michael recovery fund, a state fund that will distribute 100 percent of donations to recovery efforts in the affected areas of hurricane michael. To donate or volunteer, please go to www.Uwbb.Org.

The disaster recovery network at globalgiving, an organization that connects donors to vetted local charities after a disaster, launched the hurricane michael relief fund. Yale tuition and fees it will meet survivors’ immediate needs for food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products and shelter. Once initial relief work is complete, the fund will transition to support longer-term recovery efforts run by local organizations.

Farm share, a 27-year-old food nonprofit, continues to deploy semi-trucks with resources towards the panhandle and north florida to assist those in need. Donations for farm share’s hurricane michael relief efforts may be made on-line at farmshare.Org or by contacting gussie flynn at 305-246-3276

Uber is providing free rides, food and relief to families and communities affected by the storm. The free rides will be up to $25 each to and from state approved evacuation shelters. In addition to free rides, discounted meals to law enforcement and first responders will be available. To redeem your 5 free rides up to $25 each, use promocode MICHAELSHELTER.