Bahamians Still Need Your Support – Here’s How to Help

Though much of the world’s media has moved on to other stories, our friends and family in the Bahamas are still struggling in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

A building in Marsh Harbour destroyed by Hurricane Dorian

While it’s true that some communities are making progress in their recovery, many areas still have a long, long way to go. Thousands of Bahamians still have no electricity, running water or access to banks and other vital services.

The Treasure Cay Airport, Abaco, Bahamas

The reality is that foreign aid is still very much needed in the northern Bahamas, and will be for years to come.

For those wondering how to best help Bahamians affected by Hurricane Dorian, I’ve recently updated my “How You Can Help page. Please take a moment to check out the list and contribute if you can toward these worthy organizations.

To all the foreign and domestic relief agencies who have stepped up to help Bahamians over the past few months, thank you! Your generosity will not soon be forgotten.

The Adventure Cafe, a food kitchen set up by Team M/V Adventure on Green Turtle Cay

And thanks to everyone who has contributed to these organizations, enabling them to do such amazing and much-needed work for our Bahamian friends and family members.

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