Collier County received a direct hit from Hurricane Irma. Major damage has been done to Marco Island, Goodland, Golden Gate, East Naples, and Immokalee as well as the City of Naples and Greater Naples.  Thousands are without water, power, air conditioning in sweltering heat and have sustained structural and water damage and downed trees.

Looking to make a donation to our community?

The Community Foundation of Collier County,  in close collaboration with the City of Naples and Collier County Emergency Management, Collier County Sheriff’s Office, City of Naples Police Department, Marco Island Police Department and the United Way of Collier County has established the Collier Comes Together Disaster Relief Fund to provide assistance to Hurricane Irma victims. 100% of donations collected are distributed to victims and their families.

Learn more HERE

United Way Worldwide
United Way Worldwide has created the United Way Irma Recovery Fund to support local communities in the Southeast United States and the 
Caribbean affected by Hurricane Irma. As part of our goal to build stronger communities, and to fight for every person in every community, United Ways in the affected areas will continue to raise money locally and respond to emerging needs as appropriate.

Learn more HERE.

United Way of Florida
Hurricane Irma's fury carved a path of destruction through Florida, leaving many thousands without power, water and shelter, and damages estimated in the billions in its wake. Your generosity will help United Way meet the storm-related needs and support long-term recovery throughout Florida.  With your support, we can rebuild communities.

Learn more HERE.

The Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins have joined forces with the South West Florida Community Foundation to encourage giving to help those in their spring training community through the SWFL Hurricane Irma Relief Fund.

Learn more HERE.