Florida Power & Light Company, Community Cooperative, and Meals on Wheels volunteers partnered to help 400 homebound seniors in Fort Myers stock up on emergency food supplies to prepare for hurricane season.
FPL, Community Cooperative, and Meals on Wheels partners to help homebound seniors with supplies
Friday, but expect a scatteringof PM showers and storms. Highswill be in the low to mid 90s.During a storm, seniors may nothave access to food and water soone company is stepping inget them survival kits.Florida Power & Light Company,Community Cooperative and Mealson Wheels volunteers partneredto help 400 homebound seniors inFort Myers stock up on emergencyfood supplies to prepare fohurricane season.One local Meals on Wheels cliensays these kits are thoughful."It means a lot of things,besides the survival aspect of ahurricane or getting throughthis, it means that someone isthere that cares, and I thinkthat’s a big part of this Mealson Wheels program," said DennisDial, a local Meals on Wheelsclient.VOLUNTEERS HELPED PACK ANDDELIVER THESE PREPAREDNESS KIT,WHICH INCLUDES A THREE-DAYSUPPLY OF SHELF-STABLE