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Help Victims of Hurricane Damage



Obviously there are a lot of places you can go to help the victims of the several Hurricane's the United States is being the target of.

Some of you will remember the damage that Hurricane Andrew did to Florida


What is the visual size difference between Andrew and Irma? Here is a good picture that helps show the difference


Also Hurricane Andrew just caught the bottom of Florida.  Here is the path that Andrew followed


Compared to the predicted path of Hurricane Irma which is hitting Florida head on and going through the entire state.


If you didn't know the top right part of the hurricane is the most dangerous, most damaging part of the hurricane which means all the east coast of Florida is in for a serious can of whoop ass.  Please evacuate..  it just for a couple of days.  Remember people in this world need you and want you in there lives.  No need to gamble your with your life.  After all, we only get one life to live so please evacuate.

Watch out for scamming Fund Raisers.  Here are some solid charities that are good to donate to

Well-known groups taking donations specifically for Hurricane victims include the 

If you plan on driving down to help with the after math, some of the supplies needed include:

  • bottled water
  • pasta
  • tomato based sauce (canned or plastic jars)
  • peanut butter (plastic jars)
  • ramen noodles
  • canned tuna
  • macaroni and cheese
  • boxed crackers
  • granola bars
  • cereal
  • canned soup
  • canned vegetables
  • canned fruit
  • baby food - of all varieties in plastic containers
  • baby formula
  • diapers - of all sizes, including adult
  • wipes
  • soap
  • shampoo and conditioner
  • toothpaste
  • toothbrushes
  • towels
  • sheets
  • blankets
  • feminine hygiene products
  • plastic forks, spoons, knives
  • paper plates
  • paper towels
  • bleach
  • Lysol
  • Pine-Sol
  • rubber gloves, disposable gloves
  • toilet paper
  • dog food
  • cat food
  • litter
  • litter boxes
  • treats
  • newspaper
  • towels
  • crates for transportation
  • collars and leashes


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