Hurricane Iota made a catastrophic landfall on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua, just 13 days after Hurricane Eta. Initial estimates suggest that 2,235,000 people may be impacted by the severe flooding.
Want to help the impacted people of Nicaragua and Honduras? Here’s how:
1. Donate Personal Protective Equipment (if you live in South Florida): Masks, gloves, and PPE can be donated at City of Miami fire stations. For more information: https://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/hurricane-eta-where-to-donate-to-nicaragua-honduras-and-guatemala-11734766
2. Donate Diapers, Canned Goods, Clothing, & Cleaning Supplies: A company in Doral, FL is sending shipments and you can provide donated goods directly to them. Call 305-328-5038 for more information.
3. Donate Funds for Food: Food for the Poor is sending humanitarian aid to the impacted areas. If you would like to donate to relief efforts, you can at https://secure.foodforthepoor.org/site/Donation2?df_id=49235&49235.donation=form1&_ga=2.84245977.15729257.1605231745-1717543526.1605231745
We will continue to update this list as more ways to help become available.