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Empowering Hurricane Ian Recovery: RTTB Receives $500,000 Grant from Volunteer Florida


Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay is elated to share the exciting news of being awarded a generous $500,000 grant from Volunteer Florida. This significant grant strengthens our ongoing efforts in response to the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, enabling us to extend vital assistance to households still in need across disaster-declared counties.


Through our partnership with Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOADs), the SHRC program administered by Florida Department of Emergency Management (FDEM), and managed by Tidal Basin, affected households can now apply for much-needed assistance. We are grateful for the invaluable support from these esteemed partners, which reinforces our commitment to rebuilding lives and communities in the wake of the hurricane's devastation.


For those seeking aid, we invite you to apply at ianrecovery.fl.gov/unite or call the Unite Florida Support Line at 1-800-892-0948. Together, as we unite our efforts, we stand strong in our mission to empower Hurricane Ian recovery and bring hope and restoration to those who need it most.

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