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Hurricane Irma: Disaster Relief Organizations Have Come Together to Help Florida

An alliance of grassroots organizations has banded together to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and secured a 12,000 square foot warehouse at EcoTech Visions in North Miami as headquarters for disaster refief. Some of the organizations are arriving fresh from Hurricane Harvey, including Third Wave Volunteers, Humanitarian Aid...
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