IMF did donate 100k and more at IM70.3GC. They also raised money from the event transfer to Haines City in 18 and other events and have donated. From what I understand, IMF has a service project planned for IMFL19 to help with cleanup in the harder hit areas. I wouldn't say PCB looks untouched.
I live in PC in an area harder hit and while PCB wasn't as badly affected as areas east, many of the residences, condos, hotels, and businesses on the east end of the beach were badly damaged too. As an area that thrives on tourism, I think we're all excited to have events back in the area again and I look forward to volunteering again for IMFL :)
I traveled to Callaway last October to help my parents dig out in the aftermath. I was just there again for the Gulf Coast 70.3 and once I crossed the bridge to PCB it looked like nothing had ever happened. Granted, I only went out to the Edgewater and not the east end of the beach, but still, PCB looked pretty damn good by comparison. I drove in through Bristol, Blountstown and Wewa and they looked close to recovered compared to what I saw last year - maybe 10 new roofs for every tarp on a home. But once I got to Callaway that was more like just 2 or 3 new roofs per tarp. It's probably going to take about 2 years to find out which properties will never be fixed either because they owners have no insurance and no assets to repair the homes/businesses on their own. Then the hard legal process of condemnation is going to have to take place so the various towns can clear the lots and sell off the land. I wouldn't expect the declining population to stabilize for five years before growth really begins again in PC, Parker, Callaway, Lynn Haven, etc.