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£4,113
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    Weʼve raised £4,113 to bring relief supplies to the victims of Hurricane Dorian. From baby food to tools, we will be bringing support where it's needed most.

    Freeport, Bahamas
    Funded on Friday, 25th October 2019

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    Story

    After witnessing the devastation first hand my sister, Sylvia, and her colleagues are bringing much-needed supplies to those affected by Hurricane Dorian. This category 5 hurricane has destroyed the lives and livelihoods of so many people in the Bahamas and we are looking to directly help them. 100% of your donations will go directly towards bringing in supplies from baby food and insulin, through to canned food and tools to help them rebuild.

    To ensure transparency we will upload all receipts to give2bahamas.com and will maintain an accurate ledger that accounts for every penny.

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    • Bahamas3 months ago
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      Bahamas

      3 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Thank you to each and every one of you that has helped us raise a staggering £2600 over 26% of our target in just over a week! To Marion & Brian, the Muirhouse family, Julie and Matthew, Anne-Marie and all our anonymous donors thank you so much for your contribution. Head to give2bahamas.com to see exactly where we are spending the money raised and to follow our journey.

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    • Bahamas3 months ago
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      3 months ago

      CBS Miami news report on the aid effort into Bahamas - featuring David Nobile (part of our team) whose has been flying in aid.

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    • Bahamas3 months ago
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      3 months ago

      Your donations have now been used to buy tools, nails and shovels which were used along with some donated hammers to begin to cut down mouldy drywall and in general repairs. Clothes and Engine Oil have also been purchased. Pictured: Luke and Gator talking to residents of Sweeting Cay before distributing aid.

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    3 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 10/17/2019 08.54

    Supporters

    41

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 17, 2019

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 15, 2019

      Well done and good luck.

    • Ken P

      Ken P

      Oct 15, 2019

      Well done Sylvia!

      £30.00

    • Ads & Nick.

      Ads & Nick.

      Oct 8, 2019

      Sylvia - You're a star! Thank you for the work you are doing in Freeport to support everyone. We miss you and send you al the very best.

    • Holford friends.

      Holford friends.

      Oct 7, 2019

      We hope the rain will soon stop, so that repairs can continue, and the better houses can become habitable again.

      £100.00

    • Sheila

      Sheila

      Oct 7, 2019

      You are doing a great job ,in difficult conditions.Now that the school has opened again, there can’t be much spare time to actively help.

      £100.00

    • Joanna Herbert-Stepney

      Joanna Herbert-Stepney

      Sep 30, 2019

      £30.00

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    Bahamas

    Bahamas

    Freeport, Bahamas

    Dr Will Bateman is the Founder and CEO of CCell Renewables. He is passionate about harnessing the power of the ocean for good and protecting coastal communities by growing artificial reefs using 100% renewable energy.

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