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Hurricane Ian, a category 4 storm, made landfall in Southwest Florida on September 28, 2022, bringing catastrophic wind, flooding, and destruction along with it. The storm’s path cut across central and eastern Florida leaving most parts of the state impacted. It will take significant time and resources for Floridians living in the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Ian to recover.

Your generous contribution to the FJA Research and Education Foundation will provide badly needed aid for Florida residents as they tackle the enormous task of putting their communities back together after this historic and devastating storm.

Our members throughout Florida are ready to help and have begun facilitating the delivery of much-needed supplies, coordinating volunteer efforts, and raising funds for those impacted. Stay up to date with our efforts on Facebook. 

Help those impacted by donating today. 100% of your contributions will go directly towards providing aid to victims impacted by Hurricane Ian. Let your fellow Floridians know you care by making a contribution to the FJA Research and Education Foundation today.

Note: As of 10/10/2022, we’ve raised $76,000 for Hurricane Ian relief. 

How to Contribute

To contribute to the Hurricane Ian relief efforts, please click on the link. To donate over the phone or if you need assistance signing in, please email or call us directly at (850) 521-1094.

Credit cards, checks, and ACH/electronic checks are accepted (ACH is the preferred method for Foundation contributions but credit cards are also welcomed). To donate via check, please make checks payable/addressed to:

FJA Research & Education Foundation
218 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301

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Thank you to our Contributors

Thank you to our contributors for donating to the Hurricane Ian disaster relief. Contributions go directly towards providing aid to victims impacted by the storm.
Sorted based on contribution date

  • Stephen F. Cain
  • Curry G. Pajcic
  • Melissa Robbins
  • Robert L. Paulk III
  • Michelle Eagen
  • Nicholas DeBellis
  • Leslie A. McCown
  • Paul D. Jess
  • Haggard Law Firm
  • Clifton C. Curry, Jr.
  • Jeremy Hayes
  • Laurie J. Briggs
  • Brian Tannebaum
  • Michelle Crumbliss
  • Larry S. Stewart
  • Peter Hunt
  • Tania Zahra Alavi
  • Joan Williams
  • Katherine A. Kiziah
  • Elwanda Leonard
  • Kathryn McDowell
  • Diane Dulcie
  • Mary McCann
  • Becky Barlow
  • Michael Feiler
  • Suzanne V. Mabie
  • Lee Phillips
  • Domnick Cunningham & Whalen
  • David C. Murray
  • A. Dax Bello
  • Brenda S. Fulmer
  • Curry G. Pajcic
  • Amy D. Boggs
  • David C. Murray
  • Kasten Kenig
  • Jamey & Szerdi
  • Elizabeth Ballard-Howse
  • William Thomas Cotterall
  • John C. Hopkins
  • Elliot Richman
  • Rebecca Antico
  • Mikayla Taylor
  • Debbie Hernandez
  • Benjamin E. Richard
  • Laureen Verderame
  • Andrea Nott
  • Michele G. Waddell
  • Pamela Roberts
  • Gary Fox
  • Leslie Mitchell Kroeger
  • Donald J. Ward III
  • George A. Vaka
  • Jeffrey A. Porter
  • Robert Greenberg
  • John Cordisco
  • Timothy A. Rowe
  • Patrick Hagerty
  • Rick Barrera
  • Shelley Baker
  • Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley, P.A.
  • John Scarola
  • Hazel Bruce
  • Andrea Nott
  • Gregg M. Hollander
  • Laurie Leiser
  • Manuel & Thompson
  • Todd E. Copeland & Associates, P.A.
  • Coker Law
  • Brent G. Steinberg, Esq.
  • Anna Frederiksen-Cherry, Esq.
Disaster Relief Partners

Thank you to our disaster relief partners who share our goal of bringing aid to the victims of Hurricane Ian.

REF Disaster Relief Fund

Foundation Disaster Relief Fund

Click here to read the purpose and mission of the FJA Research and Education Foundation Disaster Relief Fund

The FJA Research and Education Foundation is designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization to which tax-deductible contributions may be made, as provided by law.