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Hurricane Survey

College of Social Sciences and Public Policy

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Resilience and Volunteerism
After Hurricane Michael


If you represent an organization that voluntarily provided assistance to Hurricane Michael related response and recovery efforts, we invite you to participate in the survey. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact us at Thank you for your participation.

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Project Description

After Hurricane Michael ravaged Florida’s panhandle and parts of Georgia, a wide range of actors mobilized to respond. Though those such as government agencies and the Red Cross have formal roles in responding to disasters, many other businesses, civic groups, nonprofits, and religious congregations also responded with donations of supplies, services, volunteer time, and money. Through an extensive, community-wide survey, this project seeks to establish how the broader community responded to the storm and continues to support response and recovery efforts. Knowledge from this study is intended to help with continued recovery efforts and to identify lessons for disaster planning and responding to future disasters.

News and Events

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Thank you to our supporters and partners
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Florida State University
Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence
Office of Research, Florida State University

For more information, contact
David Berlan
Assistant Professor
Askew School of Public Administration & Policy
Florida State University
Phone: 850-645-1914