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Bahamas Relief Efforts

As we say goodbye to Hurricane Dorian, we’re grateful that many in Central Florida escaped significant damage. Sadly the same cannot be said for the beautiful people of the Bahamas.

If your family would like to help, here is a list of our ministry partners who are jumping in to help. They would love for you to stand with them!

Liberty Counsel / Liberty Relief International:

Liberty Relief International is engaged with Christ-centered partners deploying aid and assistance to the islands in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

Please pray for all who are impacted by this ferocious storm and for the volunteer relief teams.

This will be a major relief effort to provide shelter materials, clean water and water filters, emergency food and medical assistance, as well as assistance with clean-up and repair.

Your gift today will be a tremendous help to provide urgently needed relief and assistance. You can click here to give.

Pastor Joel Hunter / Community Resource Network:

Our friends at the Central Florida Foundation are asking contributions be made through their partners The Key Biscayne Community Foundation. You can contribute by clicking here.

The Kuck Family / Nathaniel’s Hope / Regal Boats:

DONATIONS DESPERATELY NEEDED to help the people in the Bahamas and are being received at Regal Boats at 2300 Jetport Drive, Orlando, Florida 32809

Items needed: Baby food & Formula, diapers, candles, matches, utensils, canned foods, MRE’s, paper plates, cups, paper towels, trash bags, Nails, hammers, wrenches, batteries, battery operated lights, solar lights, camp stoves, butane cans, bbq grills, tylenol, advil, antibiotic ointment, mosquito nets and spray. Towels, sheets, blankets, air mattresses and pumps, toilet paper, tissues, hygiene products, sunscreen, … and anything you can think of for camping out for weeks!!

Belong Church:

Belong Church has direct ties to ministries in the Bahamas that are in need. The church is collecting supplies for those affected by Hurricane Dorian at their Sunday morning service. They are also collecting donations that will go directly into the hands of Pastor Robert McKinney of Nassau who is leading an effort to acquire building materials and other vital supplies that can’t easily be shipped. Please click here to find out more.

Convoy of Hope:

Hurricane Dorian’s sheer force crumpled cars, smashed homes, and knocked down trees all over the Bahamas. Floodwaters rose so quickly that it trapped many residents on top of their houses. Members of Convoy of Hope’s International Disaster Services team have already deployed to the islands, taking solar lanterns and water filters for immediate distribution. The team will work with partners, based in Nassau, to assess needs and respond accordingly. Click here to find out more and to donate to Convoy of Hope.

IsleGo Missions:

IsleGO Missions has been at work on providing relief for the folks in both areas through our partners there even as the storm was sitting over these islands. Funds are needed for relief supplies and the transport costs in getting them to their partners on the ground there. Click here to find the list of items they need donated. You can also give a cash donation toward supplies.

Salvation Army:

When disasters strike, The Salvation Army is there, providing emergency assistance to survivors and first responders.  The Salvation Army is serving those in need and, with your support, they can stay on the frontlines of any crisis. Click here for the latest updates on their disaster relief efforts and to find out how you can help.

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