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Your donations are needed!

On September 16, 2020 - exactly 16 years after Hurricane Ivan wrecked the coasts of Southern Alabama and Northwest Florida, another devastating storm landed on those same shores as a strong Category 2 hurricane.

Hurricane Sally created havoc across the region not only because of its strength, but also because of its unpredictable path. Sally's quick turn to the northeast was unexpected by those in the community, leaving everyone unprepared and shell shocked.

What we need most right now is your contribution of support
that will allow us to purchase much-needed basic necessities
such as water, ice, tarps, cleaning supplies and the like.

Over the next few days, we will be assessing the specific needs and will update this page with items that can be donated. Please check back here or on our Facebook page.

If you are able, please make a donation to our Hurricane Sally disaster relief fund. Follow the link below and know that your help will go directly to those who need it most.


Your outreach fed almost 10,000 victims of Hurricane Sally!
What a difference you have made in our little corner of the world.

Hosted by friends in Slidell, LA: St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church Disaster Relief Team; Slidell Knights of Columbus chapters; Our Lady of Lourdes; St. Luke Catholic Church; St. Pope John Paul II High School; and Archdiocese of New Orleans.

Florida organizations who were also involved: St. Anne Catholic Church Bellview; Florida Knights of Columbus chapters from Tallahassee, Milton, Niceville, Fort Walton Beach, and Pensacola; Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee; Pensacola Catholic High School, and Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida.


Over the last week, you may have noticed us promoting several Catholic Charities-hosted tarp distribution events around town: St. Rosa of Lima (Milton), Holy Spirit (Gulf Beach Highway), St. Anne (Bellview), St. Anne (Gulf Breeze), and the Sixth Avenue location of Catholic Charities. Hundreds of tarps and cases of water were handed out to people who are suffering from Hurricane Sally damage.

Disaster relief is a big part of who we are, and we are grateful to all of you who help us continue our outreach efforts with your donations of support. Scroll through the photo gallery to see your contributions in action.

Catholic Charities

Pensacola Office

1815 N. 6th Ave

Pensacola, FL 32503


Catholic Charities

Panama City Office

3128 East 11th Street

Panama City, FL 32401


Catholic Charities

Fort Walton Beach Office

11 First St SE

Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548


Catholic Charities

Tallahassee Office

1380 Blountstown Hwy

Tallahassee, FL 32304