You can volunteer with All Hands and Hearts, or one of the airlines below.
How do we organize a response in Bahamas? Here’s our current map we are working from.... @WCKitchen has kitchens ready to go and shelters mapped out. If kitchens are destroyed, we build one and cook in big paella pans! https://t.co/yNzrfrKIaS pic.twitter.com/fa4sBN8qMe— José Andrés (@chefjoseandres) September 1, 2019
On Sunday, Sept. 8, 4Rivers Smokehouse and the COOP are hosting a benefit supporting relief efforts in the Bahamas.
If you would like to make any Financial donations to our brothers and sister in the Bahamas.— Johnny's House (@JohnnysHouse) September 6, 2019
We found an organization that will make sure they get your help.
Email: [email protected]
or Check out their link below. https://t.co/CbKQy4IlVQ
Sanford-based airline, Air Unlimited, announced on Wednesday it is donating use of their airplanes to relief efforts in the Abaco Islands. They are preparing for ongoing humanitarian flights to begin as soon as they are cleared for travel.
The long-term effects of the storm are not yet fully known, but in an interview on WLRN, Americas editor Tim Padgett spoke about the Bahamas devastation and the urgent need to make the Bahamas and other islands more resilient to monster storms.
If you are in South Florida please stop by Koinonia Worship Center & Village today, located at 4900 West Hallandale Beach Blvd, Pembroke Park, FL at 9am-3pm. Bahamas need us to come through for them. We CAN, and we WILL! #BAHAMASTRONG pic.twitter.com/2Z01fZt5Py— Shevrin Jones (@ShevrinJones) September 3, 2019
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