Florida coffee shop, moving company sending needed supplies to Florida Hurricane Ian victims

POPULAR COFFEE SHOP IN OUR AREA IS DOING ITS PART TO SEND NEEDED ITEMS TO THE AREA’S DEVASTATED BY HURRICANE IAN. AND THEY NEED YOUR HELP AS THEY TRY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. OUR STEVE KING JOINS US FROM SOCO COFFEE IN DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH WITH MORE ON THIS ONGOING EFFORT AND HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED. SUBCULTURE COFFEE BEGAN COLLECTING NEEDED ITEMS, MAINLY BABY FORMULA, DIAPERS AND WIPES, AND THEY’LL BE SENDING THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT TO FORT MYERS VERY SOON. BUT IT DOESN’T STOP THERE. THEY’RE GOING TO BE SENDING MORE SHIPMENTS TO THE WEST COAST OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS. SUBCULTURE, COFFEE IS TRYING TO HELP MEET THE NEEDS OF OUR NEIGHBORS TO THE WEST FOLLOWING THE DEVASTATION OF HURRICANE IAN. EVERYONE NEEDS OUR HELP. DO THE SAME WITH OREGON, IN THE BAHAMAS SINCE DAY ONE OF HAVING A STOP ALONG WITH FOOD AND WATER, SUBCULTURE IS ASKING FOR BABIES SUPPLIES LIKE FORMULA, DIAPERS AND WIPES. SINCE THOSE ARE SOME OF THE MOST EXPENSIVE ITEMS PEOPLE NEED RIGHT NOW. ORGANIZATIONS LIKE FARESHARE, PALM BEACH COUNTY CARES AND WHITE LION MOVING IN STORAGE ARE HELPING OUT. WHITE LION IS PROVIDING A 35 FOOT TRUCK THAT WILL TAKE MULTIPLE SHIPMENTS OF ITEMS TO SEVERAL AREAS HIT HARD BY THE HURRICANE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. SO YOU KNOW, HELP OTHERS IN NEED. IF PEOPLE ARE, YOU KNOW, DEVASTATED LIKE THERE ARE ACROSS THE ON ON THE WEST COAST AND WE CAN DO SOMETHING TO HELP. WE WILL. AND WE ARE. AND DONATION DROP BOXES LIKE THESE ARE AT ALL FOUR SUBCULTURE COFFEE LOCATIONS. HOW ARE THESE RESTAURANT AND THE BOX GALLERY ALSO HERE IN DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH, REPORTING IN DOWNTOW

Coffee shop, moving company sending needed supplies to hurricane victims

A popular coffee shop in our area, Subculture Coffee, is doing its part to send needed items to the areas devastated by Hurricane Ian and they need your help as they try to make a difference.Subculture Coffee began collecting needed items, including baby formula, diapers and baby wipes over the weekend. Coffee shop representatives are also asking for kids snacks, non perishable items, water, Pedialyte, sports drinks, dog food, underwear, hygiene products and socks.The coffee shop and its partners are sending their first shipment of items to Fort Myers on Monday. Another shipment will be sent on Saturday, and other shipments will be sent during the rest of the month.”All our neighbors need our help,” said Melissa Brennan, a Subculture Coffee representative. “I did the same with Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Since Day 1, I haven’t stopped.”Farm Share has donated 14 pallets of water so far. Community members and customers have donated canned goods and other dry food. However, Subculture Coffee leaders say the most needed items right now are baby formula, diapers and baby wipes, since they are some of the most expensive items needed by hurricane victims on the West Coast of Florida.Palm Beach County Cares is also helping in the effort.White Lion Moving and Storage is providing a 35-foot truck that will be used to bring multiple shipments of these supplies to the areas affected by the hurricane. “It’s to help others in need,” said Greg Fischer, a co-owner of White Lion Moving and Storage. “If people are devastated like they are across the West Coast and we can do something to help, we will and we are.”There are drop boxes at the following locations where people can bring needed items:Subculture Coffee locations (Every day 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.):509 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 3340111701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue #5090, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410107 Front Street, Jupiter, FL 33477 437 Plaza Real, Unit 315 Boca Raton, FL 33432Howley’s Restaurant 4700 S Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 The Box Gallery 811 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 White Lion Drop Off Location (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.):750 S Powerline Road, Suite D, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 You can also click here to provide a monetary donation.Interactive list shows local organizations helping Florida victims of Hurricane Ian

A popular coffee shop in our area, Subculture Coffee, is doing its part to send needed items to the areas devastated by Hurricane Ian and they need your help as they try to make a difference.

Subculture Coffee began collecting needed items, including baby formula, diapers and baby wipes over the weekend. Coffee shop representatives are also asking for kids snacks, non perishable items, water, Pedialyte, sports drinks, dog food, underwear, hygiene products and socks.

The coffee shop and its partners are sending their first shipment of items to Fort Myers on Monday. Another shipment will be sent on Saturday, and other shipments will be sent during the rest of the month.

“All our neighbors need our help,” said Melissa Brennan, a Subculture Coffee representative. “I did the same with Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Since Day 1, I haven’t stopped.”

Farm Share has donated 14 pallets of water so far. Community members and customers have donated canned goods and other dry food. However, Subculture Coffee leaders say the most needed items right now are baby formula, diapers and baby wipes, since they are some of the most expensive items needed by hurricane victims on the West Coast of Florida.

Palm Beach County Cares is also helping in the effort.

White Lion Moving and Storage is providing a 35-foot truck that will be used to bring multiple shipments of these supplies to the areas affected by the hurricane.

“It’s to help others in need,” said Greg Fischer, a co-owner of White Lion Moving and Storage. “If people are devastated like they are across the West Coast and we can do something to help, we will and we are.”

There are drop boxes at the following locations where people can bring needed items:

Subculture Coffee locations (Every day 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.):

  • 509 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
  • 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue #5090, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
  • 107 Front Street, Jupiter, FL 33477
  • 437 Plaza Real, Unit 315 Boca Raton, FL 33432

Howley’s Restaurant

  • 4700 S Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

The Box Gallery

  • 811 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

White Lion Drop Off Location (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.):

750 S Powerline Road, Suite D, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

You can also click here to provide a monetary donation.

Interactive list shows local organizations helping Florida victims of Hurricane Ian

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