Hurricane Ian: The Aftermath

Hurricane Ian came so violently that even evacuation was not an option. And its aftermath left heart-breaking evidence from the victims’ homes and businesses.

Catastrophes like Hurricane Ian can strike anywhere. However, it affects us when we hear the news. Our hearts go out to everyone who was involved and the communities that have been disrupted. If you know individuals impacted by it, it will have a more profound effect on you.

We want you to know that you are not alone in your recovery journey. And that means Lunacon is rallying behind you until you can stand on your feet again.

Last October 6 – 7, 2022, the Lunacon Foundation team, led by Patricia Bonilla from the Lunacon Construction Group, went to Fort Myers and Cape Coral, Florida, to provide assistance and relief to those in need.

Since Hurricane Ian destroyed everything in that area, the team brought water, food, and even generators to meet the daily needs of the people who were affected. There was no place to buy food or resources for survival.

On another note, we want to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to everyone who donated and lent a helping hand to support the Lunacon Foundation in making this possible.

The Lunacon Foundation remains steadfast in working hard to assist the victims of the recent onslaught of hurricanes and, of course, prepare for any possible natural calamities that might intervene in the future.

If you want to see more of these gestures, be part of our mission. Together, let us become a blessing to others, especially those who need essential help recovering from this devastating hurricane.

“Remember, whatever you give to your outside world will be given back to your world within. That is the law of the universe.” – Patricia Bonilla

 

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