Join us in Donating to the 'Keys to Recovery' Drive

September 13, 2017 - 4:51 pm

In Hurricane Irma's wake, she left disaster and destruction in her path.

Here in the United States one of our greatest tourist destinations was completely destroyed.

The people and community of the Florida Keys were at ground zero when Hurricane Irma came through with 150 mph winds and torrential rainfall.

No power, water, or bridge back to the mainland.

IMAGES: Devastation in the Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma

The search is still on for survivors.

Many residents are returning to what's left of their homes in need of help. 

Join us in helping the Keys recover! 

WBT, WFNZ and 107.9 The Link are teaming up to help in Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the Florida Keys and we're inviting fans and listeners to join us! 

All three stations are collecting donations at the Dog House through the weekend and game day.

We will be broadcasting live this Friday from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Coca-Cola DogHouse to help the Florida Keys rebuild. 

If you're heading to the Dog House to pregame before the Panthers and Bills kickoff on Sunday stop by the Coca-Cola Doghouse on the corner of Mint and Morehead to make a donation. 

Fans can also click on the links below all weekend and donate to the charity of their choice directly.

All proceeds collected by all three stations will be donated to the Salvation Army in the Florida Keys.  

No matter what's in store for your weekend plans, consider stopping by the Coca-Cola DogHouse to help make a difference for those in need. 

When: Friday and Sunday

Friday: At the DogHouse 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. 

Sunday: At the DogHouse 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. 

How: 

Listeners and fans can donate in-person at any of the times above or click here to donate to the Salvation Army.

You can also Text 'CLTIRMA' to 41444.

Those donating will receive a donation card with their name displayed at the DogHouse.

Cash and checks will be accepted on-site and all proceeds benefit Hurricane Irma relief efforts in the Florida Keys. 

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There are many wonderful organizations collecting donations for those affected by Hurricane Irma. 

Other Places To Donate:

Florida Disaster Fund

South Florida Wildlife Center

United Way Of Miami

Habitat For Humanity Florida Volunteer Registry

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