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£573raised of £5,000 target by 22 supporters

    Weʼve raised £573 to send emergency relief to family, friends and islanders whose lives have been destroyed by hurricane Irma.

    Bewdley, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 26th July 2018

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    Why we need your help

    On 6th September 2017, Hurricane Irma hit St Maarten with destructive winds and rain at 185 mph. Hurricane Irma was the strongest and largest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic.

    Our hearts are broken to see the devastation Irma has caused to our beloved island.

    95% of the island is uninhabitable, leaving Islanders without shelter or adequate food and water. Despite this many are staying on the island and are determined to rebuild. Others are too frail to be evacuated.

    My name is Kenia Craane and I would like your help to fund emergency relief from the UK to help my family, friends and islanders survive this disaster and begin to rebuild their lives.

    Your money will be spent directly on efforts such as:

    - Baby formula, food, nappies and hygiene essential

    - Toiletries such as deodorant, toothpaste, bodywash and other essential

    - Drinking water

    - First aid supplies and emergency kits

    - elderly continent essential

    - Dry and tinned food

    - Clothes and shoes

    - Cat and dog

    Please give generously and spread the word!

    Peace and love,


    P.s. We're planning to work in partnership with Miami Dade Animal Rescue to rescue cats and dogs left abandoned by their owners.



    • Kenia Craane1 year ago
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      Kenia Craane

      1 year ago
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    • Kenia Craane1 year ago
      Kenia Craane

      Kenia Craane

      1 year ago

      Thank you for your kind donations via here and thank you for your support and prayers. We are doing a 21 miles charity walk from Bewdley to Ironbridge on October 2nd to raise more money.

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    • stephen whitfield

      stephen whitfield

      Jan 18, 2018

      Further donations from visitors, residents and staff at The Priory.


    • Sue Foxall

      Sue Foxall

      Jan 12, 2018

      Thank you for the care given to my mother Brenda Farmer at the Priory Care Home as she passed away peacefully


    • stephen whitfield

      stephen whitfield

      Dec 29, 2017

      Donations raised from our fantastic Pirates of The Caribbean party and raffle at The Priory Care Home. great effort by everyone.


    • Stephen Whitfield

      Stephen Whitfield

      Dec 8, 2017

      Hi Kenia. Money collected so far from the residents, staff and visitors to The Priory. We are all very happy to support your family and the islanders. More fundraising events to come.


    • Monica Thomas and Jackie

      Monica Thomas and Jackie

      Nov 30, 2017

      Well done on this fundraising for those affected by such a terrible natural disaster xx


    • Margaret Rogers

      Margaret Rogers

      Nov 22, 2017


    • Anonymous


      Oct 4, 2017

      Sorry It's not much. Jemma and Vannica from Canada xoxo


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    Kenia Craane

    Kenia Craane

    Bewdley, United Kingdom

    As reported in the news, 95% of St. Maarten has been completely destroyed by hurricane Irma, the largest and strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic. Islanders have been left without shelter, or adequate food and water and are in desperate need of international help.

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