Hurricane Florence Relief

Are you interested in helping victims of a Hurricane? Below is a list of local opportunities to help those in need.

The Salvation Army link or 1-800-SAL-ARMY

Red Cross link

Bay Saint Louis Fire Department
Where: Fire Station 1 (543 Main Street) or Fire Station 2 (9998 Hwy 603)
When: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
Acceptable Donations: Absorbent Towels, Batteries, Brooms and Dustpans, Baby Diapers and Formula, Bottled Water, Can Foods, Can Openers, Cleaning Supplies, Dehumidifier, Extension Cords, First Aid Kits, Flashlights, Gloves, Hand Sanitizer, Heavy Plastic, Mops, Buckets, Sponges, Plastic Buckets and Trash Cans, Plastic Garbage Bags, Protective Masks, Rubber or Plastic Aprons, Rubber Boots, Safety Glasses, Storage Boxes, Tarps, Tool Kits. **NO CLOTHING**

City of Pascagoula
Where: Pascagoula Police Department or any Pascagoula Fire Station
When: 24/7 until Thursday, September 7th
Acceptable Donations: Cleaning products, Bleach, Towels, Trash Bags, Tools of all kinds, Gloves, Boots, Baby Wipes/Sanitizer, Bottled Water, Gift cards
Contact: Community organizations and individuals willing to participate in this effort should contact Assistant City Manager, Frank Corder, at (228) 938-6723 or Captain, Doug Adams, at (228) 938-6696.

Donate $10 to the Salvation Army by Texting the word STORM to 51555

City Hall- Gulfport Fire Department Station1 Drop Off Items

Tire repair kits, Fix-a-Flat
Square shovels
Bottle Water, Gatorade, Pedialyte, Flavor packs for Water
Cigarette lighter & Matches
Hammers and Nails
Batteries & Flashlights
Phone and car chargers for iPhone and Android
Power strips
Underwear & Socks all sizes
Hair Clippers
Baby wipes
Bug Spray
Gift cards – (WalMart, Visa, Home Depot, Lowes, etc)


Gulfport Police Drop Off Items – Call 868-5964 for drop off location

Generators (any size)Air compressors (any size)
Gas Cans, Fuel Tanks, Gas


Ocean Springs School District
Where: Any Ocean Springs School District school or office location
Accepted Donations: Disinfecting products, work gloves, spray-pump bottles, canned foods, diapers, baby formula, blankets/pillows, trash bags, clothing, essential survival and cleanup items

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