“The government is evacuating everyone from there as fast as they can,” our contact in the Bahamas updated us this past weekend. “It has become a biohazard with bodies still in the sea and on land. Diseases are now being seen among those that haven’t yet been evacuated.”
The main goal now is getting people to safety.
But the fact remains, even when these people escape the most devastated areas, they still have no belongings or supplies — nothing to help keep their families alive.
More than 70,000 people have been left homeless by Hurricane Dorian, and they are being crowded into churches and other makeshift shelters where they are simply trying to survive.
For $50, you can send critical care like emergency food, clean water, blankets, hygiene kits, and more to one evacuee.
Some are calling this the worst humanitarian crisis in the Caribbean since the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010. Many more people could die without access to basic essentials. But YOU can be a part of helping Hurricane Dorian victims in their greatest time of need.