$100,000 Donated To Red Cross For Bahamas

September 11, 2019

The Bermuda Red Cross has collected over $100,000 so far after launching an appeal to aid the Bahamas after they sustained catastrophic damage from Hurricane Dorian.

A spokesperson said, “On September 3rd we launched an appeal to the residents of Bermuda to aid those devastated by Hurricane Dorian, one of the strongest hurricanes on record in the Atlantic Ocean.

“As of September 10th, Bermuda Red Cross have collected over $100,000. These funds will be sent to the British Red Cross, who will in turn transfer all monies to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent, who will utilize the funds in the following areas:-

  • Shelter Management
  • Livelihoods & Basic Needs
  • Health
  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
  • Protection, Gender & Inclusion
  • Migration
  • Disaster Risk Reduction

“We want to thank you, Bermuda, for opening your hearts to our fellow islanders to the south, your gifts will not go unnoticed.

“Bermuda Red Cross continues to accept financial contributions via the following ways:

  • BNTB Bank Account No: 20 006 060 365472 200
  • Clarien Bank Account No: 4010035760
  • Debit/credit card which can be called in to us at 236-8253

“Or stop in at our offices:

  • Bermuda Red Cross
  • Hurricane Dorian Disaster Relief Appeal
  • Charleswood,
  • 9 Berry Hill Road, Paget DV 03

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  1. Onion Juice says:

    Hope de money is not poorly distributed like it was in Haiti.
    Praying hands.

  2. Sister Nancy says:

    I thought the same thing I truly hope the money reaches them. After the Haiti disaster and seeing that the money was not utilized according to plan I have never or will ever give my hard earned money to The Red Cross again. I will leave it like that as there is a whole lot more I can say about that organization

    That is why WE must stop supporting such and come up with our own methods to assist humanity.
    Money is not a great idea to help Bahamas!!
    B.I.U., Seventh Day Adventist are better options!!!

  4. Hurricane Relief says:

    How much of that does Red Cross keep, I wonder?

  5. islandgal says:

    I don’t think they’ll get it if the Red Cross has to distribute it.