Former President's daughter Ivanka Trump has been working this week with Christian organisation CityServe to help serve hot meals to volunteers helping within Hurricane Ian disaster relief.
The Christian organisation supports local churches in meeting human needs and has been working in Fort Myers and Naples Florida handing out the meals.
In a social media post after volunteering on Wednesday 12th October with the charity she wrote: "Devastating to see the heartbreaking destruction Hurricane Ian left behind.
"Homes, businesses, and the lives of so many families were completely uprooted.
"So grateful to have joined CityServe, Mercy Chefs, and local churches in Fort Myers and Naples to assist with their disaster relief efforts.
"We delivered emergency food, water, and supplies to families and first responders.
"In the face of unimaginable desolation, it was beautiful to see local communities and organizations come together during such a difficult time."
The storm, Florida’s deadliest since 1935, has been linked to the deaths of least 119 people in the state. Many were at least 60 and dozens died by drowing.