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NASA image of Hurricane Ian as it enter the Gulf of MexicoNASA image of Hurricane Ian as it enter the Gulf of Mexico

Mennonite Disaster Service continues to monitor Hurricane Ian. This storm left a path of destruction as it crossed Florida. High winds, heavy rain and flooding and storm surge damaged many structures. The storm is moving up the Atlantic Coast and is expected to hit North and South Carolina.

In Florida, the initial concerns are search, rescue and recovery as well as widespread power outages and a lack of clean drinking water.

Volunteers with MDS Florida are now assessing the damage and the need for additional volunteers. Additional Early Response Teams are expected in the coming weeks.

Click here to join a volunteer waitlist to help those impacted by Hurricane Ian.

Click here if you wish to donate to support the response we will have in the coming days, months and even years. You may also donate by check, payable to “Mennonite Disaster Service” with “2022 Hurricane Ian” on the memo line. Our mailing address is: Mennonite Disaster Service, 583 Airport Road, Lititz, PA 17543.

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