American Red Cross
More than 100 Red Crossers are providing aid to the Surfside community, including specially trained disaster mental health and spiritual care volunteers who are providing one-on-one support to those coping with this tragedy. Red Cross caseworkers are meeting with families to help them plan their next steps and providing financial assistance when needed.

Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center
Your generosity allows the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center to provide gift cards to those most closely affected by the tragedy to aid in rebuilding their lives. One hundred percent of the donations will go to the families themselves.

Global Empowerment Mission
Michael Capponi's organization, Global Empowerment Mission, has set up a Champlain Tower Residents Fund.

Greater Miami Jewish Federation
An emergency assistance fund has been opened by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to meet the short-term and long-term needs of those in our community affected by the tragedy in Surfside.

The Shul of Bal Harbour
A central fund has been created by the Shul of Bal Harbour to be dispersed as needed directly to the victims and families.

Support Surfside
The Coral Gables Community Foundation, The Key Biscayne Community Foundation, The Knight Foundation, The Miami Foundation, Miami HEAT, and Miami HEAT Charitable Fund are standing together to build a hardship fund for those impacted.

The Surfside Hardship Fund
The Coral Gables Community Foundation, the Miami Foundation, and the Key Biscayne Community Foundation are asking Miami-Dade County residents to contribute to The Surfside Hardship Fund.

Surfside Volunteer Information and Donations
Volunteers and donations are not immediately needed. Please provide your information by filling out the volunteer registration form.

Please provide your information by filling out the volunteer registration form.

United Way – Operation Helping Hands
Donate to help families affected by this tragedy. You can also sign up to be an emergency relief volunteer.

Read the South Florida Business Journal article on Surfside Small Business Recovery Fund