Jared Levy of Exit Realty Unlimited of Dubuque paid a visit to the Good Morning Rodeo to share about the Hurrican Ian Relief effort dubbed Fill It For Florida.

Photo Credit: Keith B. & Exit Realty via Canva
Photo Credit: Keith B. & Exit Realty via Canva

Exit Realty team with trucking company Hirschbach to collect donations and deliver much-needed items directly to individuals and families suffering in Fort Myers, Florida.

Between 8:30 am and 4:30 am Thursday, October 20, and Friday, October 21, bring your donations to Exit Realy and help fill a semi-trailer to be sent to those affected by Hurricane Ian.

Suggested donation items include:

  • Personal hygiene products
  • feminine products
  • school supplies
  • diapers
  • clothing, sock, underwear
  • non-perishable foods
  • batteries
  • cleaning supplies
  • box fans
  • sunscreen
  • bug spray
  • pet food
  • air mattresses
  • tarps & zip ties
  • toilet paper
  • cell phone chargers

In addition, monetary donations are appreciated and may be brought to the Exit Realty front desk during business hours.

A Hirschbach semi-trailer is now being filled at the Exit Realty office at 1200 Cedar Cross Road, Dubuque, Iowa. Any donation is greatly appreciated.

Photo Credit: Keith B. & Exit Realty via Canva
Photo Credit: Keith B. & Exit Realty via Canva

Hurricane Ian's damage was devastating and widespread. Especially for those in the Fort Myers area, where at least 54 people in the county died in storm-related deaths when Ian made landfall outside Fort Myers on September 28.

Volunteers continue to distribute food and other necessities for affected families in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Your donation to Fill It For Florida will go a long way toward the recovery effort.

If you have any questions, please call EXIT Realty at (563)-231-7738.

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