Volunteer Opportunities for Hurricane Michael Relief

Aug 12, 2021
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, the devastation left behind is heart-wrenching. At Lynn Savits - Coldwell Banker, we believe in the power of community and the positive impact we can make when we come together to lend a helping hand. We are committed to providing volunteer opportunities for those who are eager to contribute to the recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Our Commitment

As a leading name in the Real Estate industry, we understand the importance of supporting our community and stepping up in times of crisis. Our commitment to helping those affected by Hurricane Michael extends beyond just providing shelter; we are actively involved in various relief initiatives and continuously seek volunteers to join us in making a difference.

Make a Difference

By volunteering your time and skills to hurricane relief efforts, you can have a significant impact on the lives of those affected. There are numerous volunteer opportunities available, each offering unique ways to lend a helping hand. Here are some ways you can make a difference:

1. Rebuilding Homes

One of the most critical aspects of the recovery process is rebuilding homes that were destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Our team, in collaboration with local organizations, actively participates in home reconstruction projects. Whether you have carpentry skills or are simply willing to lend a helping hand, your contribution will go a long way in restoring hope for those who have lost everything.

2. Providing Essential Supplies

Another vital area where volunteers are needed is in the distribution of essential supplies. From providing food, water, and clothing to coordinating donation drives, there is an ongoing need for dedicated individuals who can help facilitate the delivery of much-needed resources to those affected by the hurricane.

3. Supporting Community Centers

Community centers play a crucial role in the recovery process, offering a safe space for individuals and families to come together. By volunteering at these centers, you can contribute to various community-focused initiatives such as organizing educational programs, recreational activities, and counseling services, which can help foster resilience and healing in the affected areas.

4. Assisting Animal Shelters

Let's not forget the impact Hurricane Michael had on our furry friends. Animal shelters are overwhelmed with displaced and injured animals who are in dire need of care and attention. By volunteering at local animal shelters, you can provide assistance in areas such as animal feeding, cleaning, and socialization, ensuring these innocent creatures receive the love and care they deserve.

5. Mental Health Support

The emotional toll caused by such a catastrophic event cannot be underestimated. Volunteer opportunities also exist in the form of providing mental health support to those grappling with trauma and loss. Whether you are a licensed therapist or have a genuine passion for helping others, your presence can make a positive difference in someone's life.

How to Get Involved

If you are eager to contribute to Hurricane Michael relief efforts, Lynn Savits - Coldwell Banker makes it easy to get involved. Simply visit our website, where you can find detailed information about ongoing projects, volunteer requirements, and upcoming events.

We encourage you to fill out our volunteer application form so that we can match your skills and interests with the most suitable opportunities. Our team will be in touch to provide you with further information and guidance on how you can play an active role in rebuilding communities and restoring hope.


The road to recovery may be long, but together, we can make a significant impact on the lives of hurricane survivors. At Lynn Savits - Coldwell Banker, we invite you to join us in our mission to rebuild, restore, and revitalize the communities affected by Hurricane Michael. Your willingness to volunteer and make a difference can restore hope and provide much-needed support to those who need it the most.