Anni-Yah, left, Alexander, middle, and Aaron Ferguson say they wanted to help their family, friends and community in the Bahamas. (Travis Kingdon/CBC News)
Three siblings from the Bahamas served Islanders an authentic Bahamian meal on Sunday to raise money for those in their home country affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Aaron, Anni-Yah and Alexander Ferguson are originally from the Bahamas. They moved to P.E.I. for school a couple of years ago.
They served up food at the Sherwood Church of the Nazarene in exchange for a donation.
Hurricane Dorian killed at least 65 people in the Bahamas with damage estimates in the billions. Read more >>