The Florida Disaster Fund is the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster. In partnership with the public sector, private sector and other non-governmental organizations, the Florida Disaster Fund supports response and recovery activities by distributing funds to service organizations that will assist individuals within their communities with disaster response and recovery.

Below is a list of the organizations that have been awarded funds to assist Floridians in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

Adventists Community Services$500,000
All Faiths Foodbank of Sarasota$600,000
American National Red Cross$71,500
Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida$600,000
Area Agency on Aging of North Florida$25,000
Better Together$400,000
Bridge a Life$600,000
Catholic Charities of Florida Inc.$71,500
Champions for Learning  (Education Foundation of Collier County)$950,000
Charlotte Community Foundation$125,000
Charlotte County Long Term Recovery Task Force$350,000
Charlotte Local Education Foundation $700,000
Children’s Network of Southwest Florida$600,000
Collier Community Foundation$125,000
Communities of Everglades Recovery Group$200,000
Community Legal Services of Mid Florida$600,000
DeSoto County Education Foundation $600,000
DeSoto Hope$200,000
Education Foundation of Sarasota County $900,000
Feeding Florida $671,500
FEPA (Florida Emergency Preparedness Association)$125,000
Florida Firefighters Charities Fund$500,000
Florida PBA Heart Fund$500,000
Florida Sheriffs Association $500,000
Florida State Lodge FOP Memorial Foundation$500,000
Fort Myers Bayside Park$500,000
Greater Marco LTRG (Collier Disaster Alliance)$200,000
Greater Pine Island Alliance$250,000
Hardee Education Foundation $600,000
Hardee LTRG$200,000
Harry Chapin Food Bank$600,000
Hendry and Glades Unmet Needs Coalition$200,000
Highlands County LTRG$100,000
Hope Hospice$600,000
Immokalee Unmet Needs Coalition$200,000
Impact Foundation$4,000,000
Islamic Relief USA$71,500
Lee BIA Builders Care$400,000
Lee County LTRG$450,000
Lee County Working Waterfront$2,000,000
Midwest Food Bank NFP Inc$71,500
Monroe County Unmet LTRG$100,000
Mothers Helping Mothers$600,000
National Guard$500,000
Northeast Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc$600,000
NU-HOPE Elder Care Services, Inc.$600,000
One More Child$600,000
Operation BBQ Relief$71,500
Osceola Council on Aging$600,000
Osceola REDI, Inc. $200,000
Pine Island Beacon of Hope$500,000
Putnam LTRG$200,000
RISE Orlando (Orange County LTRG)$200,000
Safe Children Coalition$600,000
Samaritan’s Purse $400,000
Sarasota LTRG$350,000
Save the Children$71,500
Seminole HEART$200,000
Senior Connection Center$600,000
Senior Friendship Centers$600,000
Senior Resource Alliance$600,000
SHRC Program$25,000,000
Southern Baptist $400,000
Southwest Florida Boat Ramp Project$500,000
Team Rubicon $471,500
The Educational Foundation of The Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association$3,000,000
The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools $1,250,000
The Jewish Federation of Lee and Charlotte Counties$200,000
The Salvation Army$71,500
ToolBank USA, Inc.$71,500
United Way Of Collier And The Keys Inc$71,500
United Way Of Lee, Hendry, Glades$900,000
World Renew Disaster Response Services$71,500