Hurricane Ian in South West Florida
October 3, 2022 – Tampa, FL
Tampa Non-Profit sends needed water to victims of Hurricane Ian in South West Florida
TAMPA, FL – Almost four years ago the Course of Action Foundation 501(c) 3 helped organize the shipping of more than 6k cases of water to the victims of hurricane Michael in North Florida. Water has become a critical commodity and for this reason former military colleagues and non-profit organizations unite again to support the victims of hurricane Ian. Colonel (Ret) EJ Otero President for Course of Action and Arlene Marie, Director of Course of Action are coordinating the initial delivery of twenty-two pallets (2,600 cases) bottles of water to Fort Myers and Port Charlotte, Florida.
Through a network of Veteran contacts, the Director of Course of Action is coordinating the delivery of needed water with the help of Pasco County Sheriff Office Team and Sheriff Chris Nocco. The critical and needed water will depart Tampa this coming Monday enroute to families in Fort Myers and Port Charlotte, Florida. Distribution will be made by the Pasco county Sheriff personnel and other Veteran organizations. The water is donated by Mr. Larry Cacciatore president of Ultra-Pure Water.
Course of Action a local non-profit organization 501c (3) led by Otero along local organization have collaborated on many other community events and natural disasters and are proud of what they do to help others in times of need.
We want to thank Mr. Larry Cacciatore and the City of Tampa for his support and collaborating once again with the Course of Cation foundation to help many affected families.
On Sunday, October 2, 2022, the Course of Action Foundation will also join forces with the Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church to collected water. The collection of cases of water will take place from 12:00 to 3:00 pm at the Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church 434 90th Avenue North St. Petersburg, Florida 33702. The collected water will be donated to families affected by Hurricane Ian.
Many thanks to Sheriff Chad Chronister for assisting us in escorting 2,500 cases of water to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office distribution center today.
We also want to thank the Pasco Sheriff’s Office for coordinating the delivery of these critical supplies.
Special thanks to Mr. Scott, Levinson, Mrs. Karen Pittman, U.S. Army Veteran Jay Collins and Mr. Jeff Hawks for funding the transportation of these supplies.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by hurricane Ian and the people of Florida.
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