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4 Ways You Can Help the Victims of Hurricane Dorian

4 Ways You Can Help the Victims of Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian is the second strongest Atlantic storm on record (part of a larger, worrying trend—but that’s another article) and experts are urging caution for those in the storm’s path. The damage inflicted on the Bahamas is already being described as “catastrophic” and as images and videos pour in of those who’ve had their lives overturned by the storm, including the estimated 13,000 homes that were severely damaged or destroyed, many are looking for ways to get involved in the rescue operation. If you’re one of them, here are a few organizations doing good work and ways you can help them do it.

Bahamas Red Cross is already on the ground, and they’re looking for donations. Nonperishable goods, baby supplies and bedding are in high demand right now. Go here to learn more.

Bahamas Relief is looking for toiletries, diapers, canned goods, cleaning supplies, tents, power generators and, crucially, water. They stress that they don’t need clothes at the moment. Go here to learn more.

The International Medical Corps is delivering emergency healthcare to those in medical emergencies in the Bahamas. You can donate to their efforts here.

World Central Kitchen was started by famed D.C. chef José Andrés to serve food to those displaced by natural disasters. His organization shows up after disasters have moved on to provide meals for those affected by them. Andrés is already in the Bahamas, and his organization is accepting donations now.


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