How You Can Help the Wildfire Victims in Eastpoint

How You Can Help the Wildfire Victims in Eastpoint

Over 200 people, more than 30 homes, were affected by the wildfire's in Eastpoint Sunday night. Thank goodness they contained the fires and are on the road to recovery, but this is just the beginning of getting back to normal. Luckily, there's many ways we can help our friends down in Franklin County and show our love and support for this beautiful area. 

Franklin's Promise, a nonprofit organization, has set up a link to donate online here.

You can also click here to donate to the GoFundMe campaign to help fire victims.

In Tallahassee, a donation center has been set up at Michael's Imports at 1745 N. Monroe. 

In Wakulla County, the Wakulla 4-H office is a donation drop-off point at 84 Cedar Ave. in Crawfordville.

In Carrabelle, at Carrabelle City Hall, located at 1001 Gray Ave in Carrabelle. 

Besides monetary donations, here are the items that are most needed:

- Non-perishable food items

- Toiletries

- Undergarments

- Diapers

- Formula

- Bottled Water

- Clothes

- Blankets

- Towels

Basic essentials that we can all probably spare. Let's come together to help our neighbors out in this difficult time.

Tyler Z

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