Warm The Block Grassroots Collective is activating a #FillThisTruck Initiative after Hurricane Ivan charged inland. Nearly 1 million customers are still without power and homes flooded due to flash floods.

Ian has been downgraded to a tropical storm while Florida assesses damageOn Thursday morning, Hurricane Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm as it continues to move north. The storm's massive surge of water and “catastrophic” winds are poised to make it one of the costliest storms in US history, according to the National Hurricane Center. The first death in Florida related to the storm was confirmed by the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. President Joe Biden approved a disaster declaration for Florida this morning, allowing for federal aid to be used to help the recovery efforts in the wake of the storm.

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GOAL: FIll and Deliever Supply trucks with non-perishable foods, water, building materials, plumbing items, hygiene products and have it dispatched within 4-6 hours after a disaster to the affected areas.

We specialize in providing relief in the first 72 hours after a natural disaster.

Warm The Block is quick to reach out and communicate our concern and support impacted communities in the wake of a natural disaster. However, we seek to build a meaningful emergency disaster assistance in short term and support community resilience in the long term. Our goal is to ensure that our local associations can return to delivering critical services as quickly as possible and create capacity and resilience to response future disasters. , we can support local communities through a variety of technical assistance, relief services and financial support.

Warm The Block will continue to position itself as a trusted national intermediary for emergency relief funds, serve as a credible entity to receive financial donations, request specific contribution of goods and services, and serve as a network able to deploy donations/contributions through our association network.



The first 72 hours after a disaster are the most critical. Your actions and response during this period can determine whether you live or die. And, if you live, those actions can determine how comfortably you survive the disaster aftermath

How you can help:

1. Purchase a selected essential item in our online store to directly support the Hurricane Ida relief efforts

2. Share #FillThisTruck initiative on your social media platforms

3. Tell someone you know about #FillThisTruck initiative