Hurricane Ian Recovery – How You Can Help

Fort Myers Beach Needs Your Help!

Fort Myers Beach Chamber – Hurricane Relief Fund

The Fort Myers Beach Chamber is committed to helping our island rebuild and we need your help. All donations will go to aid our island businesses, with the focus primarily on helping those left unemployed in the wake of the disaster. Funds will also help sustain our Chamber during this trying time. Please donate today!

In Memory of William Squeo, on behalf of John and Sheila Quelette, and Linda Squeo and family.

John Quelette from Cape Coral made a donation to the FMB Chamber for $80, in memory of and on behalf of William Squeo of Columbus, Ohio, who recently passed away. Fort Myers Beach was Squeo and his family’s favorite place to vacation. You can read Mr. Squeo’s obituary here.

Chamber Member’s Personal Campaigns

You can donate directly to these Chamber members!

Beach Pottery

Captain Bubby’s IsLAND Tours

Chapel By The Sea

Charley’s Boathouse Wine Bar & Grill/Outrigger Beach Resort

Clemons Property Improvement

Community Cooperative

Cottages of Paradise Point

Erickson & Jensen Seafood Packer

Florida Gulf Coast University

Fort Myers Beach Art Association

Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Club

Gili Anna Design

Harbour House

Hideaway Village

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

Island Runner Tours

Junkanoo/Fresh Catch Bistro

Kahlua Beach Club

Kathy Nesbit Vacations

Lahaina Inn Resort

La Ola Surfside Restaurant

Lighthouse Tiki Bar

Mango Rita’s

Mid-Island Water Sports

Mojoe’s Coffee Cafe

Mound House

Myerside Resort & Cottages

Neptune Resort

Nervous Nellie’s

Oliver’s Place

Paradise Parasail

Parrot Key Caribbean Grill

Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina

Plaka Restaurant

Pontoon Boat Tours

Ray’s Pizza

Royal Scoop

Shell Point Retirement Community

Shuckers at the Gulfshore and The Cottage Bar

Smokin’ Oyster Brewery

Silver Sands Villas

Snug Harbor Waterfront Restaurant

South Beach Grill

St. Raphael’s Episcopal Church

Sun Palace Vacations

Sunset Beach Tropical Grill & The Playmore Tiki Bar

Sunstream Resorts

The Cigar Hut

The Goodz

The Rude Shrimp Co.

The Salty Crab Bar & Grill

The Sea Gypsy Inn

Trico Shrimp Company

Tuckaway Cafe

Yucatan Beach Stand

Buy Beach Merchandise To Support Ian Relief

Homestretch Sportswear

Homestretch Sportswear is selling shirts for numerous Fort Myers Beach Businesses. 100% of the proceeds go to the business of the shirt you buy. FMB Chamber members on their site include:

  • Best Western Plus
  • Cabanas Beach Bar & Grill
  • Captain Bubby’s IsLAND Tours
  • Holiday Water Sports
  • Island Runner Tours
  • Kahlua Beach Club
  • Lighthouse Resort Inn & Suites
  • Matanzas on the Bay
  • Mid Island Watersports
  • Pierside Grill & Famous Blowfish Bar
  • Posh Baby Equipment Rentals
  • Royal Scoop
  • Shuckers At The Gulfshore & the Cottage Bar
  • South Beach Grill
  • Southern Serenity Vacation Rentals
  • Sun-N-Fun Tours & Charters
  • The Neptune Resort
  • The Sea Gypsy Inn
  • Tiki Bar at the Lighthouse
  • Tuckaway Cafe
  • Yucatan Beach Stand


Posh Baby Equipment Rentals

Please help support the employees of Posh Baby Equipment Rentals in the aftermath of hurricane Ian and purchase a #SWFLstrong coozie. Your support is greatly appreciated!


Lorna Littrell Photography

Sale of prints for charity are $30.00 for an 8×10 or 8×12 print, which will all go to the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation to be given to local residents…even the printing costs!

Notecards are available also. They will be $30.00 for. Set of eight 4 1/2 x 5 postcard stock cards with envelopes, again all money will be sent to the foundation.

In additions, I am offering calendars.

They are 30.00 plus shipping

This will only be available through 12/31

Visit my Facebook page and Website for more info or photos of products. You can also call 270-860-2119.

Lani Kai Island Resort T-Shirts

Our family is proud to unveil commemorative Lani Kai T-shirts, created and hand-pressed with love, with ALL proceeds going to our Hurricane Ian recovery and relief efforts. Limited stock, size S to 3XL available.


Sun Palace Vacations T-Shirts

Purchase a Hurricane Relief Tee by Sun Palace Vacations. 100% of the proceeds of this shirt will go to help victims who have sustained loss due to this storm. By purchasing these shirts you are supporting them financially as well as visibly by wearing the shirt. You can purchase a shirt here.

Nervous Nellie’s Shirts

100% of the profits from the sale of this shirt are going to help our wonderful staff members during these difficult times. Order your shirt here.

Pink Shell Merchandise

We have updated our online store with new Pink Shell merchandise! We are now offering sweatshirts, baseball caps, insulated tumblers, and more! Head over to our online store now to pick up the perfect gift for the holidays! Every purchase will support the rebuild and recovery efforts of Pink Shell Resort! In addition, 20% of all purchases will be donated to the Pink Shell Associate Relief Fund to support our associates affected by Hurricane Ian. All sales final – no refunds, returns, or exchanges. Keep a look out for more new merch in the coming days! Buy now.

The Rude Shrimp Co. Merchandise

Shirts and hoodies with more to come! Chef TJ is coordinating and doing most of this himself at cost, and 100% of profits will go back to the rebuild of RUDE. We can’t wait to get back to slingin’ shrimp on FMB! Buy now.

Salty Crab Bar & Grill T-Shirts

Salty Crab T-shirts are now on sale!

100% of proceeds from all sales will go to our rebuilding efforts!

Quantities are limited, so if you want to do your part in helping us rebuild, act fast before they’re gone! ORDER HERE.

Sanibel Community House

‘Rebuilding One Memory At A Time’ t-shirts can be purchased at The Sanibel Community House Monday and Thursday from 9am-12pm or you can order online for purchase & delivery

Ian Relief Supply Distribution

We have several groups dropping supplies and necessities to the Island Carts FMB Warehouse for distribution. We are looking for volunteers to help unload supplies, sort supplies, and help those picking up supplies. Time slots are in three hour increments. The distribution center is open Tuesday, Wednesday , and Thursday from 10am-4pm. We are closed on Sundays. Location: 820 Buttonwood, Fort Myers Beach 33931


Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation

With the level of destruction caused by Hurricane Ian, the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation realizes it is crucial to put out a plea to those near and far to make donations immediately to support the entire FMB community in their time of greatest need through the #WeAreFMB fund at:

United Way

Find volunteer opportunities on Fort Myers Beach.

Donating Food Items

The Harry Chapin Food Bank:

Community Cooperative:

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is accepting donations to help Hurricane Ian victims. The national organization is providing supplies, shelter and other relief.

Feeding Florida

Feeding Florida is a network of the national food bank nonprofit Feeding America. The organization is coordinating with food banks across the state to provide food to victims of the hurricane. You can donate at:

Farm Share

Farm Share is a Florida nonprofit that sources leftover fruits and vegetables from farms and distributes them to people across the state. The organization said it was sending truckloads of food and supplies to Floridians and asks people¬ to donate at:

Florida Disaster Fund

Florida’s official disaster relief fund coordinates aid across governmental and nongovernmental organizations in the state. You can donate at:

First Lady Casey DeSantis announced that the Florida Disaster Fund has raised nearly $35 million since activation.

Convoy of Hope

This Missouri-based nonprofit is delivering supplies to Hurricane Ian victims. Its donation page outlines what your donation amount can cover for a family. For example, $15 creates “a family hygiene kit.” You can donate at:

CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort)

CORE is a global disaster relief organization that began its work by helping victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The nonprofit said it was providing support to people of Florida. You can donate at:

Dream Defenders – Community Emergency Operation Center

This nonprofit is collecting food and supplies to deliver to hurricane victims. It is run by Dream Defenders, a Florida nonprofit supporting Black and Brown young people across the state. You can donate at: