Tag: Hurricane Relief

More On-The-Ground Green Turtle Cay Photos (Post-Dorian)

Many thanks to Trina Sasine (she and her husband Robert own Sandpiper, on Gillam Bay) for allowing me to share these photos, taken in the days following Hurricane Dorian.

Did you know that 70,000 Bahamians — that’s more than one in six! — have lost their homes and/or businesses? Here’s how you can help them rebuild their lives.

Aerial Photos of Green Turtle Cay (Post-Dorian)

Hi, all. Below are a number of high-res photos of Green Turtle Cay taken during a fly-over shortly after Hurricane Dorian. I’ve tried to put them in order roughly from north to south.

As you can see, some homes have been lost all together and most others are heavily damaged. Our family and friends on the cay and throughout Abaco and Grand Bahama need as much help as we can give them in the weeks, months and years ahead. Here’s How You Can Help.

North End of Green Turtle Cay

Collecting Donations in Nassau for Abaco Hurricane Relief

Hi, all. Green Turtle Cay’s Winston Pinder advises that donations for Abaco victims of Hurricane Dorian are now being collected in Nassau.

A freight boat will convey all donated items to Spanish Wells, where a group of 7+ fishing boats is waiting to distribute hurricane relief among the Abaco Cays and the mainland.

How You Can Help Bahamian Victims of Hurricane Dorian (Updated Sept 9/19)

Residents of Abaco and Grand Bahama have been devastated by Hurricane Dorian. Hundreds of lives have been lost, and the majority of those who survived have been left with nothing but the clothing they had on.

Bahamians affected by Hurricane Dorian will need as much help as we can give them in the days, weeks, months and years ahead. Here are some of the many ways to help:

Southwestern Bahamas Devastated by Irma

There’s no shortage of images of the effects of Hurricane Irma in the national and international media today. But you’re probably not seeing these.

Southwestern Bahamas Devastated by Hurricane Irma - Here's How You Can Help

Photo courtesy of the  Team Cooper/Chester Cooper Facebook page

This is Ragged Island, in the southwest Bahamas.

Southwestern Bahamas Devastated by Hurricane Irma - Here's How You Can Help

Photo courtesy of the Team Cooper/Chester Cooper Facebook page

Though Irma traveled far enough west that the northeastern Bahamas (including Abaco) felt nothing but a strong breeze, islands in the southern and western Bahamas were subjected to her full wrath.

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