MIAMI GARDENS – In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, Stephen Ross and the Miami Dolphins announced a series of immediate and long-term rebuilding efforts for the Bahamas.
The organization on Friday and Saturday during the bye week traveled to Nassau and Freeport, Bahamas to assist in relief efforts to the devastated areas and residents. These initiatives are part of a series of events designed to give long-term support to the region.
“The support of the Dolphins comes from the top. With Stephen Ross’ backing, and the organization dedicated to our efforts – a group of staff and our dedicated alumni were able to take our platform and serve this community that has supported our team for decades,” Miami Dolphins Senior Vice President of Alumni Relations Nat Moore said.
“We have a community mission to level the playing field through the power of teamwork to inspire. But the resilience of Bahamian people continues to inspire us. This is a long journey ahead for the islands, but their spirit and the support of the community will…