After the catastrophic impacts from Hurricane Ian, we’ve been overwhelmed with the outpouring of support and willingness to help from everyone, so we’ve set up a few different ways for people to lend a hand with our relief efforts.

We’ve established a network of dropoff sites for donating relief essentials, a Hurricane Ian Relief Fund, and a Guide Relief Fund. Read more about each one to find the right way for you to plug in below.

  1. Dropoff Sites: A collection of locations throughout Florida set up to receive donated relief essentials, like gas/gas cans, flashlights, batteries, food, water, and generators. Items will then be delivered to the west coast to support ongoing relief efforts. Find a dropoff site.
  1. Hurricane Ian Relief Fund: For those that can’t physically drop off relief supplies but still want to help, you can donate funds to the Hurricane Ian Relief Fund. 100% of funds donated will go directly to providing supplies and support to the ongoing relief and recovery efforts. Donate Here.
  1. Guide Relief Fund: As our roots are based in the fishing guides that help support our local economies, a separate fund is set up to make financial relief available to those guides whose businesses have been significantly impacted by the storm. Donate Here.

Focused on relief and recovery

There’s been tremendous devastation in SW Florida in the wake of the storm. Sections of the Sanibel Causeway have been completely destroyed, making it impassable. The same goes for the bridge to Pine Island. Landmarks have disappeared, iconic places permanently changed. Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, and other areas experienced record flooding and storm surge, wiping out homes and neighborhoods and displacing entire communities.

But, there’s no time to think about that now. Now is when we focus on helping those that need it most, like our friends, family, and strangers alike that have been devastated by the storm. The storm has passed, but the road to recovery—and safety for some still—is just getting started.

Support the relief and recovery efforts now: 🚨 Drop off supplies, 🚨Hurricane Ian Relief Fund, 🚨 Guide Relief Fund.