Hurricane Michael Recovery Volunteer Opportunities

In Fall 2019, Volunteer Florida will launch Florida’s official volunteer opportunities platform, Volunteer Connect. You’ll be able to browse the site to find a variety of opportunities in your community and at any time; not just during times of disaster!

Would you like to receive updates about the launch? Click here, and select “Volunteer Services Updates”, along with any other category you wish.

In the meantime, we will list volunteer opportunities specifically for Hurricane Michael recovery volunteer efforts here, as our partners share them. Please see below.


HOPE PANHANDLE

www.hopepanhandle.org
Recover. Rebuild. Revitalize.

 

Hope Panhandle aims to bring a new normal back to Bay County through offering rebuilding services to homeowner affected by Hurricane Michael.

Hope Panhandle in partnership with SBP takes volunteers year-round to help with many different phases of construction and rebuild for families affected by Hurricane Michael. No construction experience is needed. All training, safety instruction/gear and supervision provided.

1) Please wear sturdy shoes such as sneakers or boots. NO open toed shoes. NO canvas shoes. Wear comfortable clothes, suitable for a construction site.
2) Must be 14+ to volunteer. Can come as an individual or group.
3) Works days are generally 8:30am – 4:30pm with an hour break for lunch. Volunteers can come for 1 day or for multiple days.

Hope Panhandle’s sites are located in the Panama City/Lynn Haven areas of Bay County. There are multiple sites under construction at any given time. Each site can accommodate anywhere from 5-20 volunteers.

To register yourself or a group to volunteer go to www.hopepanhandle.org and click “Volunteer.”
Contact us with questions at hopepanhandle@gmail.com.