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Weʼre raising £9,999,999 to help the people of Dominica, a Caribbean island wrecked by Hurricane Maria.

London, United Kingdom

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The destruction brought to Dominica on 19 September 2017 by Hurricane Maria was unprecedented – devastating homes and infrastructure, and tragically claiming the lives of those most vulnerable to its winds and storm.

Following the devastating effects of the hurricane, Dominica is now in a slow state of repair. This fundraising page is part of the long-term efforts to bring relief to Dominica and to help those most in need.

Where are the Donations been spent?

To date, this fund has helped to support the people of Dominica with basic materials such as temporary roofing, blankets, and non-perishable food through aid relief. Our goal is alleviating the plight Dominicans who have been left with nothing.

How can I help?

This is a long-term funding raising effort so we urge you to join our cause by donating whatever you can spare. Please donate now and help us return some hope to Dominica and its citizens.

If you would like to make a donation in kind or donate in other currencies, please visit The Dominica Hurricane Relief page. Further information can also be found at:

Dominica London High Commission

Email: info@dominicahighcommission.co.uk

Phone: 020 7370 5194

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  • Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund1 year ago
    Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

    Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

    1 year ago

    Thank you all again for your support in the relief efforts. The people of Dominica still require basic items such as building materials, non-perishable foods, medical goods and other supplies. For more information about how to donate funds or supplies, or to offer your assistance as a volunteer, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page at the following link: https://t.co/GLhLAmtOsd Please share the message with your family and friends, and help provide Dominica and its citizens with the support and help they need.

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  • Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund1 year ago
    Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

    Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

    1 year ago

    To all our supporters - thank you for your very generous donations so far. We have a long way to go, but the kindness of each and every donation is going to have a significant impact on supporting the lives of those affected.

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1 year ago

Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund started crowdfunding

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Page last updated on: 12/7/2018 9:32 AM

Supporters

3260

  • DFT

    DFT

    Dec 7, 2018

    In memory of a colleague Anna Welsh

    £145.00

  • Alan Jones

    Alan Jones

    Oct 11, 2018

    A little help for a beautiful island.

  • Eric Shillingford

    Eric Shillingford

    Oct 8, 2018

    £30.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 3, 2018

    God Bless Dominica!

  • Chas Bayfield

    Chas Bayfield

    Sep 28, 2018

    Stay strong and God bless you all from Cricklewood Baptist Church

    £500.00

  • Iffa Ababa

    Iffa Ababa

    Sep 19, 2018

    £20.00

  • Sean Kirk

    Sean Kirk

    Sep 11, 2018

    £30.00

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Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

Official Dominica Hurricane Relief Fund

London, United Kingdom

On 19 September 2017, Hurricane Maria brought destruction to Dominica, a Caribbean nation known as the ‘the Nature Island'. Though the precise level of damage is currently unknown, the hurricane reached Dominica’s shores with unprecedented force, and damage is extensive.

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