The holiday season is a time for merry and cheer with family and friends as well as a time to reflect on the struggles of those less fortunate and consider
ways to give.
This year, we’ve either witnessed or directly experienced nature’s wrath with the many destructive natural disasters that took place around the globe.
These disasters have affected some of the most economically challenged communities, leaving them reliant on private and foreign aid for recovery. So
many families are still living the tragic aftermath of these events.
like to remind you to keep these 3 major natural disasters in mind when making a donation this season.
On September 8th, 2017, Mexico experienced a powerful 8.1-magnitude earthquake followed by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake on September 19th, exactly 32 years
after the deadliest earthquake Mexico has seen. Due to its location, the country’s capital is at risk of these types of earthquakes. In total, 468
lives were claimed by both earthquakes and thousands of homes were declared uninhabitable.
of 160 mph. It is currently the strongest tropical hurricane to date with a death toll of 547. It ravaged the Caribbean and caused a major humanitarian
crisis in Puerto Rico.
still recovering from Hurricane Irma’s indirect impact just 2 weeks prior when Hurricane Maria hit.
There were a total of 134 lives claimed by the powerful cyclone with many survivors still affected by the devastating aftermath.
storm preparations. Irma left 3 quarters of Florida powerless and either destroyed or caused major damage to home, leaving many families –many with
In the spirit of giving and with our littlest neighbors in mind, Inreact has teamed up with MM 50 Relief Project, for a toy drive the children of the Florida Keys affected by Hurricane Irma. If you’d like to participate in bringing a smile to a child’s face this season, you may drop-off new and unwrapped toys at Inreact’s offices located at 2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Suite 300, Coral Gables, FL – 33134 through Wednesday, December 20th.