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Volunteer

How You Can HELP

VolunteerLEON , Leon County’s Volunteer Center, is the lead agency for Emergency Support Function (ESF) #15 (Volunteers and Donations) in coordination with the Leon County Sheriff's Office Division of Emergency Management, as well as the community’s hub for volunteerism. The purpose of the Volunteers and Donations Support Function is to be the "check-in point" for any individual or group which may volunteer to assist in the post-disaster recovery of Leon County, who has not previously affiliated with any emergency response organization. The check-in point is the Volunteer Reception Center. In addition, ESF 15 is responsible for organizing, tracking, consolidating, and distributing any and all donations that may come to the County after a major disaster in collaboration with the Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross.

For more information on VolunteerLEON’s disaster preparation and response role in the Big Bend or to learn more about volunteer opportunities, visit http://www.volunteerleon.org/ESF15

When disaster strikes, volunteers play a critical role in recovery efforts and providing needed relief to victims. Consider becoming an American Red Cross Disaster Services Volunteer. For more information, visit www.tallyredcross.org or call 878-6080. Employees with the State of Florida, Leon County, and Tallahassee are eligible for 15 days of disaster leave by becoming an American Red Cross Disaster Services Volunteer. In Tallahassee, call 878-6080 or visit
http://www.tallyredcross.org/.


 

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