Dolphins fan-site starts Gofundme Irma relief page

Dolphins helmet - Image by Brian Miller
Dolphins helmet - Image by Brian Miller /

The Miami Dolphins were displaced in week one but not as bad as millions of people in Florida who are without home, electricity, or even running water. has set out to help. Mike Oliva and Tom Ernisse have set up a GoFundMe page where they are hoping to raise $1,000 for the relief effort. They are currently at $240.00. So they need our help.

As Dolphins fans we watched as J.J. Watt raised over $30 million for hurricane Harvey relief all the while watching the Caribbean as Hurricane Irma danced through the tropical waters on its way to Florida. Now our own state needs our help.

The Florida Keys are decimated and it could be weeks or longer before power is restored. A recent new report called the lower keys a “war zone” while another report suggest no home or structure escaped without some damage.

Across the West coast of Florida for Marco Island to Tampa Bay the storm’s path destroyed homes and knocked out power. While it could have all been far worse, it is bad enough for those who have suffered and are still suffering.

To help, there are a lot of places you can visit but why not help our fellow Dolphins fan-sites as well. Even a small donation helps get closer to their goal and that means South Florida will get the extra money that they need.

100% of the money raised will go hurricane relief efforts and right now, we can help in some way even if it seems marginal or insignificant to us, it still means a lot to someone else.