9 Days After Hurricane Irma…

9 days ago, Irma touched down in Florida, causing devastation across the state. Because NewFM focuses on building power in historically marginalized communities, we’ve seen first hand how low-income communities and communities of color are left out of emergency response efforts after deadly storms. Although NewFM has helped to provide...

Wednesday Report: Knocking on Doors in the Aftermath of Irma

Daniel Garcia shares his reflections after a day of working to serve residents of Little Haiti and Little Havana in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.

Refelctions on Door Knocking in Broward in the Aftermath of Irma

NewFM organizer Carlos Naranjo talks about the urgent need to restore power in low-income neighborhoofs, especially for seniors who are sweating through unbearable heat during the day with very little access to fresh food and water.

Preparing for Irma: Community United Suggestions for Seniors

By now, we all know that South Florida is currently under a hurricane watch, with evacuations being ordered in areas from Key West to as far north as the Space Coast. If you live in an evacuation zone, there is still time to make your way to the nearest shelter via...

Irma Updates: Broward County

The NewFM Climate Resilience team will be using this space to include regular updates on the progress and plans around Hurricane Irma.
The Real Storm Hits Now: Florida Organizations Launch Irma Community Recovery Fund  to Support Vulnerable Families

The Real Storm Hits Now: Florida Organizations Launch Irma Community Recovery Fund to Support Vulnerable Families

Grassroots organizing groups have created a community relief fund to support the wellbeing and recovery of vulnerable communities. Find out more about the fund and how to donate.
Help in the Post-Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

Help in the Post-Hurricane Irma Recovery Efforts

Sign up with community residents and local grassroots organizations to provide immediate help with recovery efforts in vulnerable communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Resources in Miami Dade Post-Irma

Resources in Miami Dade Post-Irma

The following is a list of resources being updated daily by partner organizations that are currently available to communities impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Mission Statement


The New Florida Majority is an independent organization working to increase the voting and political power of marginalized and excluded constituencies toward an inclusive, equitable, and just Florida. We believe in a participatory democracy where people can be their whole selves. We train grassroots citizens to be leaders, mobilize communities to vote, educate the public to share our values, and inspire Floridians to take action toward their dreams. We organize people, ideas, and resources to build a powerful new vision for Florida’s new majority. A cornerstone of our beliefs is defending and expanding the voting rights of all citizens, including those who are new to the country, raising children on their own, struggling to make a living, or returning from incarceration. We believe that a strong democracy for all makes a better Florida for everyone.