Farm Share has continued to move water, food and other supplies to areas affected by Hurricane Michael. According to a Farm Share news release, volunteers are scheduled to pick up 10 semi-loads of water that will be delivered to Farm Share’s Quincy Facility for Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts. Farm Share has an additional 10 semi-loads that will be delivered to Farm Share‘s Jacksonville Facility and then ferried over to Farm Share’s Quincy Facility as needed. Additionally, Farm Share is now working with FEMA directly and will be receiving 10 semi-loads of water, 10 semi-loads of MRE’s and 5 semi-loads of diaper kits for babies and toddlers at Farm Share’s Quincy Facility. Total new loads scheduled to be acquired this week related to Hurricane Michael is 45 semi-truck loads. Additional loads are still being picked up for normal operations at our other facilities.
Donations for Farm Share’s Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts may be made on-line at farmshare.org or by contacting Gussie Flynn at 305.246.3276