Hurricane Michael Relief Fund
Hurricane Michael caused widespread damage and power outages in our local communities with powerful winds and torrential rains that damaged homes, businesses, hospitals, and shut down major roadways. Our facilities and staff have suffered severe damage and loss. All of our facilities were damaged, with only a few usable without major restoration and renovations. Most of our facilities will be uninhabitable for 6 months or more. In addition, many of our staff are facing major damage or total loss of their homes. These challenges make it difficult to provide the services our communities have come to count on.
Despite these challenges, staff are back at work and providing services. Please consider making a contribution to one of two disaster relief funds we have established.
1. Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund – this fund will help us to meet our extra expenses we are facing in restoring our facilities and other operational expenses that are a result of Hurricane Michael damage.
2. Life Management Center Employee Support Fund – We can not provide services to our community without our staff. However, staff can’t be here to provide those services when they are struggling to meet their own personal needs. To help them get back on their feet, we have established an account at Innovations Federal Credit Union which is dedicated to providing assistance to our staff who have been affected by Hurricane Michael. To donate to this fund, please visit any Innovations Federal Credit Union and tell them you want to contribute to the Life Management Center Employee Fund. To learn what branches are currently open, visit their Facebook page. You may also contribute here using the link below.
Donations by check may also be mailed to us at 525 East 15th Street, Panama City, FL 32405. The check should be made out to Life Management Center. Please also indicate on your check to which fund you would like to contribute. For questions or assistance in making a contribution, contact Tricia Pearce at 850-522-4485, ext. 1107 or [email protected]