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hurricane sally recovery

Rosemary Beach Foundation is in its 14th year of helping our Walton County community, and once again we are continuing that commitment with the establishment of the Hurricane Sally Recovery Fund.

One hundred percent of all donations to the Rosemary Beach Foundation Hurricane Sally Recover Fund will go towards assisting local organizations such as Alaqua Animal Refuge and Habitat for Humanity of Walton County. 

Alaqua Animal Refuge is located in Freeport, Florida and sits on a peninsula of land surrounded by a bay to the south and a river to the north. Volunteers worked tirelessly to relocate animals to higher ground as the refuge took on almost 4 feet of water. 

Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Santa Rosa Beach suffered damages due to flooding during Hurricane Sally. The store experienced over 18 inches of standing water and 95% of the inventory was lost.



All money raised will be distributed to local organizations involved in Hurricane Sally Recovery efforts


Mail your check to:

Rosemary Beach Foundation

P O Box 611306

Rosemary Beach, FL 32461

*Make checks out to "Rosemary Beach Foundation" with "for Hurricane Sally Recovery" in the memo line.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WALTON COUNTY is an active affiliate of Habitat for Humanity Florida Inc. Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. People in our community partner with Habitat for Humanity of Walton County, Florida to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With our help, they achieve the strength, stability, and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families. 


ALAQUA ANIMAL REFUGE is a no-kill facility founded in 2007 and currently located on a sprawling and bucolic 10-acre farm in Freeport, FL.  Alaqua has placed more than 15,000 animals into loving homes and environments.  Alaqua is building a one-of-a-kind animal refuge and sanctuary on 100-acres of donated land -- the first of its kind in the United States. 

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