Eastern Shore Hurricane Resource Guide

Find Important Hurricane Resources, Information, and Links Below. 

The Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of important resources and links to help with hurricane and disaster relief.

Hurricane Resource Guide:

Hurricane Sally Business Survey

The Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce is working with the Baldwin County Chamber Coalition to compile current business operations and needs following Hurricane Sally. If you are a business operating in Baldwin County we ask that you take a few minutes and complete this survey so that your Baldwin County Chambers can adequately assist you and your business during this time. 

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Volunteers wanting to assist with cleanup and repairs need to register at an official Volunteer Registration Center (VRCs) to be matched up with residents who need help.

Volunteer Registration Centers

Gulf Shores United Methodist Church

1900 Gulf Shores Pkwy

Gulf Shores, AL

Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Robertsdale PZK Hall

17933 AL-104

Robertsdale, AL

Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Donate to the United Way Hurricane Sally Relief Fund

Individuals wanting to support Baldwin County residents recovering from Hurricane Sally are encouraged to use the official local United Way Hurricane Sally Relief Fund at www.unitedway-bc.org.

Crisis Cleanup - 1-800- 451-1954

Cleanup Assistance Hotline

Residents needing help removing trees and debris should call the Crisis Cleanup Hotline at 1-800- 451-1954. Volunteer groups coming to the county will work from needs documented in this database.

FEMA Assistance

FEMA has issued a disaster declaration for Baldwin, Escambia and Mobile counties as well as the Porch Band of Creek Indians. To file a claim for assistance, you must first register with FEMA. 

SBA Assistance

The SBA has disaster assistance available for individuals (homeowners and renters), businesses, non-profit organizations, churches, small aquaculture businesses, and small agricultural cooperatives impacted by Hurricane Sally.

IRS Assistance 

Victims of Hurricane Sally that took place on Sept. 14 now have until Jan. 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service.

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