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When it made landfall near Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 10, 2018, Hurricane Michael became one of only four Category 5 hurricanes to touch down in the continental U.S. It was the most powerful storm on record to hit the Florida Panhandle. With winds peaking at 160 miles per hour, tens...

The Wright Foundation   Jackson County, Florida   TWFhelps.org  Donations/Donor: GAF shingles   Lives Impacted: 28 households    As Told to Good360 by The Wright Foundation    Hurricane Michael was the strongest hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle in history and the strongest storm in terms of wind speed to hit the continental U.S. since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.  The disaster devastated...

In disaster times, even the smallest things can make a huge impact in the life of a family. Knowing this, Bombas made a commitment to contribute 100,000 pairs of high-quality socks to distribute to current hurricane survivors and to pre-position for the upcoming hurricane season. Good360 warehouses in Florida, Texas...

Nonprofit: Hope Panhandle/SBP Disaster: Hurricane Michael   Communities in the Florida Panhandle that were hit by Hurricane Michael in 2018 are still reeling from the devastation of the storm. Due to a severe lack of funding, the rebuild process has been extremely slow with only a few national nonprofits able to deploy their resources to...

In September, 2018, Good360 launched the Resilient Response campaign in collaboration with All Hands and Hearts. We created the campaign for a simple reason: Disaster giving around the globe is broken.Some 60 percent of unsolicited goods donated after a disaster ends up in landfills (or otherwise goes unused), according to...

Hurricane Michael, a historic Category 4 storm, struck the Florida Panhandle in October 2017, unleashing heavy rain, high winds, and a devastating storm surge. The 155 mph winds that tore through Florida and parts of Southwest Georgia ripped homes and businesses apart and left over 1 million people without power....

2018 brought a multitude of large scale and devastating disasters. Hurricanes Florence and Michael brought unprecedented damage to the Carolinas and the Florida panhandle leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. Additionally, California saw their most deadly and destructive wildfire season to date with a total of 8,527 fires burning...