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How to Help the Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian

9/4/2019 (Permalink)

Hurricane Dorian made landfall as a Category 5 monster and devastated the northwestern Bahamas with catastrophic winds and storm surge.

The hurricane’s impact on the archipelago has been called a “historic tragedy," leaving at least seven people dead and homes and buildings demolished. Dorian is the most powerful hurricane on-record to hit the Bahamas.

As Bahamians reel from the devastating effects of the storm, here's how you can help with relief efforts.

MONETARY DONATIONS:

The American Red Cross is requesting donations to assist in Hurricane Dorian relief. Click here for more information. 

The Archdiocese of Miami is also accepting donations for those affected by Dorian with 100% of donations going to relief efforts. Click here for more information.

FOOD, WATER & SUPPLY DONATIONS:

Additionally, organizations across South Florida are accepting donations and will collect supplies at designated locations.

DROP-OFF LOCATIONS:

BROWARD COUNTY:

United Way of Broward County is accepting donations through its Hurricane Dorian Fund. Click here to donate.

Food For The Poor is collecting donations of canned goods and diapers specifically. Any other items won't be accepted at this location. Canned meats, canned fish, canned milk (both evaporated and condensed) and disposable diapers can be dropped to the charity's warehouse, located at 6401 Lyons Road in Coconut Creek.

Food For The Poor will be accepting donations from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. starting Wednesday. Click here for more information.

The Shops at Pembroke Gardens will serve as a collection site for the following items: New generators, plywood, construction materials, pop-up tents, gas cans, baby items (diapers, baby food, wipes), large boxes of sealed canned foods, new blankets, cots, sleeping bags and large unopened bags of pet food or canned pet food.

The mall will not be accepting clothing or used items, and each donation must be boxed and labeled.

Items will be collected from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday and Friday at 527 SW 145th Terrace in Pembroke Pines. The collection area will be located at the Trolley Stop.

(The collection at the Shops at Pembroke Gardens is a joint effort by the City of Sweetwater Police Department, the Florida Highway Patrol, the City of Miami Police Department and other law enforcement agencies. The same drive will be held at Dolphin Mall.) 

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