Seven Ways You Can Help the Victims of Hurricane Dorian

If you have been paying any attention to the news in the last week, you would know how much damage Hurricane Dorian has done to the Bahamas. It is the strongest tropical system to impact the Bahamas and has left at least 70,000 people homeless. Although all this information can seem discouraging, there are a few small ways to help.

  1. World Central Kitchen

This organization delivers fresh meals to those in need. Recently, they have been focusing their efforts in the Bahamas and are serving 20,000 meals a day in the area. You can donate money to help them continue their amazing work.

https://donate.wck.org/give/236738/#!/donation/checkout 

  1. Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a charitable organization that assists with disasters and those in need. They were one of the first ones on the ground in the Bahamas helping the victims and first responders. You can donate directly to help them specifically with their efforts in the Bahamas. 

https://give.helpsalvationarmy.org/give/166081/#!/donation/checkout 

  1. American Red Cross

The Red Cross is one of the leading organizations to help when disaster strikes. They open evacuation centers, provide supplies, distribute water and food, and administer medical care. They need money to continue these amazing services, and you can donate through the link below.

https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-dorian-donations.html/ 

  1. Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation

The Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation is a registered Bahamas charity in the Bahamas, and they have set up a gofundme page for people to directly donate to this foundation.

https://www.gbdisasterrelief.org/ 

  1. Global Giving

Global Giving is a non-profit that individuals can donate to. They have set up a Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund that will help them deliver emergency supplies to the victims. 

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/hurricane-dorian-relief-fund/ 

  1. Direct Relief

Direct Relief is focused on the medical needs of the people in the Bahamas. They are in direct contact with the Bahamian minister of health, who has made it clear that they are in need or medicine and medical supplies. 

https://www.directrelief.org/emergency/hurricane-dorian/ 

  1. Feed My Starving Children

Feed My Starving Children is an organization that puts together meal packs for those in need, and they are doing the same with the victims of Hurricane Dorian. They have been sending life saving meal packs and they need monetary support to continue these efforts.

https://www.fmsc.org/the-feed/news-and-updates/2019/september/hurricanedorian 

I hope you all consider helping the Bahamas recover from the Hurricane Dorian.