Fort Myers, Florida

Disaster Date: 09/10/2017
Project Status: Active
Project Needs: Repair from Hurricane Irma
What Happened:

Hurricane Irma was the strongest observed hurricane in the Atlantic since Wilma in 2005 in terms of maximum sustained winds. Throughout its long lifetime Irma caused major damage in the Caribbean and the Florida Keys. Irma first made landfall in Florida as a category 4 hurricane and then a second time as a category 3 hurricane.

What MDS Will Do:

Weekly volunteers will be working primarily on repairs from flooding from Hurricane Irma. We are grateful to be staying at the Riverside Camp and Retreat Center, where we will be staying in bunkhouses, with bath houses and dining facilities right onsite.

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Welcome to Fort Myers, Fla.

Riverside Camp and Retreat Center

7305 County Rd 78

Ft Denaud, FL 33935

Fort Myers Project Info Sheet

MDS Volunteer Guide

Volunteer Opportunities

You are welcome to complete a volunteer form letting us know of your interest and we will be in contact with you.

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