Hurricane Dorian
In The Bahamas, it’s time for rescue and recovery following the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Residents of one of Miami’s oldest Bahamian settlement, Coconut Grove, are answering the call. Locals are joining forces to provide necessary support to communities in The Bahamas impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Calling the initiative “Bahamas Strong,” the congregations of Christ Episcopal and St. Paul Churches are leading the effort.

Bahamas Strong Hurricane Dorian Relief Effort

To participate, Bahamas Strong will collect donations at locations across South Florida. Supplies needed include: Diapers, cases of water, canned goods, baby formula, medicine, wipes, first aid kits, mosquito spray, sunscreen, clothes, tarps, duct tape, gloves, batteries, flashlights, small generators, battery fans, sheets, etc. Individuals supporting the effort can drop supplies off in Coconut Grove to Christ Episcopal Church and the Greater St. Paul A.M.E. Church.

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Fire stations will also be accepting supplies. Supporters are positioning efforts to quickly deliver resources to those devastated by Dorian. Other Bahamas Relief Locations include Sweet Home MBC, The Purple Church, HGT Ministries, the Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall Social & Economic Institute, Grand Bahama Relief and ELNET Maritime Hurricane Relief.

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