We bring Coastal families assistance, relief, and hope during their times of need.
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We bring Coastal families relief, assistance, and hope during their times of need.
We work closely with community professionals to provide relief needed by Coastal families when impacted by disasters, emergencies, or unforeseen economic situations.
Our amazing team of volunteers and donors, ages 3-90, are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. We focus on families helping other coastal families in need.
Coastal Hope is a 501(c)(3) public charity,
any contribution is tax deductible.
For a long time starting a Nonprofit organization was on our hearts, it took hurricane Dorian for us to see that we could really make global difference in coastal communities, on top of what we were already doing. Thus, Coastal Hope was born.
Although we have been organizing relief efforts for some time now, we are so excited to further our reach and help more families than ever, with the formation of Coastal Hope.
You can make a difference in coastal communities in need. Your support and contributions will enable us to strengthen our positive impact. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We are a 501(c)(3) public charity, your contribution is tax deductible.
We provide families with everything they need to cook and enjoy their very own Thanksgiving meal, at home, together with family.
We created an online community effort to assist charter boat owner-operators, with complete loss of income during the COVID-19 nation wide shut down.
With the outstanding support of our community, we were able to send an unbelievable amount of relief aid to the Bahamas in the days and months following the devastation from hurricane Dorian.
Here is a story from the mother of one of the families we helped last year, in her own words.