Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation - Rebuilding Grand Bahama
Dear Friends of Grand Bahama,
Rebuilding Grand Bahama
Dorian had disastrous effects for Grand Bahama. Far too many people
have been left in need of food of water, and many of them were left
homeless. We are deeply saddened by what the members of our community
have gone through as a result of this storm and we are anxious to do
everything that we can to alleviate some of their suffering in any way
that we can. You can help us accomplish this by donating to our relief
fund by clicking here.
are committed to transparency and to ensuring that 100% of all donations
go directly to those effected by Hurricane Dorian. Below we've included
just some of the work that we've doing, and if you would like to see
daily updates on our progress, follow our Facebook or Instagram pages.
Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation and Grand Bahama Port
Authorty directors Rupert Hayward and Henry St. George were hard at work
in the USA at Costco getting relief supplies, as well as tirelessly
meeting with reps to continue to help the island.
Direct to the People
of our organizers, Rupert Hayward enjoyed spending time and sharing
Hurricane Dorian aid with Otis Carey, the oldest survivor from McClean's
Town. We are so thankful that we are able to help kind people like him.
GBPA Launches Independent Fundraising Arm to FUND Dorian Relief Efforts on Grand Bahama
Providence, Bahamas – In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian scores
governmental and non-government agencies have begun the work of
rebuilding the country’s most northern islands. On Grand Bahama Island,
the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), under its mandate as a
quasi-governmental agency, has begun spearheading these efforts to bring
relief to, and provide refuge for, the thousands of residents displaced
by the storm.
we have seen thus far is truly an outpouring of concern for the people
of Grand Bahama, and it is our intention to ensure that all of that aid
is being distributed in ways that it can provide the most impact for
those affected,” said Rupert Hayward Executive Director of the Grand
Bahama Port Authority.