Massive destruction on Fort Myers Beach aftermath Hurricane Ian Massive destruction on Fort Myers Beach in aftermath Hurricane Ian (Source: AdobeStock).

More than two weeks after the powerful Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwestern Florida, credit union organizations have continued to announce ways to help credit union employees and volunteers rebuild.

Hurricane Ian, a high-end Category 4 hurricane, made landfall on Sept. 28 near Fort Myers, Fla., causing an estimated 126 deaths in the state and an undetermined amount of damage.

Michael Ogden

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