United Way of Brevard Activates Local Disaster Fund For Hurricane Matthew Victims

By  //  October 13, 2016

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In response to those in Brevard County who felt strong impacts of Hurricane Matthew, United Way of Brevard has activated a local disaster fund – Brevard Recovery Fund.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard as a community was fortunate following Hurricane Matthew. Many had very little or no damage.

However, there are some in our community with immediate, unmet needs. For some, like many of our seniors, single moms or people with disabilities who were already struggling to make ends meet, the effects of the storm have made it even more difficult to keep afloat.

In response to those unmet needs from the impact of Hurricane Matthew, United Way of Brevard has activated a local disaster fund – Brevard Recovery Fund.

All donations to the Brevard Recovery Fund will go directly to supporting recovery efforts in Brevard (with no administrative fees).

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United Way will work with Brevard County Emergency Operations (EOC) and local case managers in the affected area to support both immediate and long-term recovery needs.

The distribution of funds will be overseen by United Way of Brevard.

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