with the devastation left behind by Hurricane Ian.
In response, FinTechs and their partners are teaming up to help.
From now until November 11, for every person who posts a selfie with their favorite FinTech swag item and uses the hashtag #FinTechsForFlorida, the tagged participating FinTech will donate to the Volunteer Florida Foundation’s Florida Disaster Fund.
Donations will be distributed to service organizations aiding with disaster response and recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
Take a selfie or photo wearing or using your favorite FinTech swag item (i.e., socks, shoes, shirts, koozies, etc.)
Post it to Twitter or LinkedIn tagging the participating FinTech and use the hashtag #FinTechsForFlorida
The participating FinTech will donate* to the Florida Disaster Fund on your behalf
*Terms & Conditions apply
One hundred percent of the funds raised will go to the Volunteer Florida Foundation’s Florida Disaster Fund to aid with disaster response and recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
While we encourage our Fintech friends and partners to join this effort, we invite others to participate.
Together, we can make a difference.
Donations to the Florida Disaster Fund are made to the Volunteer Florida Foundation, a 509(a)(3) Type I charitable organization (EIN# 01-0973168), and are tax deductible. Up to 3%, however, no more than $30,000 is typically taken from each donation to cover administrative costs, including but not limited to staff salary, indirect costs and credit card and bank transaction fees. However, for Hurricane Ian, all administrative and credit card fees have been waived so that 100% of every donation can be used to help Floridians recover.
As organizations who support and partner with so many community financial institutions across the country, it is our responsibility to come together and support not only our partners, but also the communities they serve in their time of need.