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20 ways to help the Bahamians recover. Fish Grand Bahama or Abaco this winter

Tiger Woods announced the creation of the One Bahamas Fund to support relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Dorian.

Visit and make a donation to the One Bahamas Fund.

Visit and make a donation to the One Bahamas Fund here.

“Coalition of Anglers to Collect Funds for Bahamas Relief “

Double Haul for Dorian Relief – Anglers for the Bahamas – DONATE TODAY!

The American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA), Yellow Dog Community & Conservation Foundation and Angling Trade have formed a single coalition to collect funds that will go directly toward relief efforts for those in our fly fishing family who have lost everything to Hurricane Dorian.

 DONATE TODAY!

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and the Bahamas National Trust

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust and the Bahamas National Trust have established the Hurricane Dorian Relief and Recovery Fund to benefit fishing guides, lodge staff and others in the Bahamas’ fishing industry who have been impacted by Hurricane Dorian, the worst natural disaster in the nation’s history.

Please make your most generous contribution, which is tax deductible as allowed by law, by clicking here.

Royal Caribbean International

Help the Bahamas Recover from Hurricane Dorian

RCI has partnered with the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) to providing disaster relief to their Bahamian neighbors and friends in this time of need and will match all donated funds up to $500,000.

Hurricane Relief Fund – CTO

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), which has headquarters in Barbados and offices in New York and London, collects donations through the CTO Relief Fund for relief efforts in any of our member countries affected by hurricanes and to assist other Caribbean countries affected by natural disasters.

Atlantis Bahamas Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund

We are thankful for the outpouring of support from our friends and families during Hurricane Dorian.  We are grateful that Nassau, New Providence and Atlantis, Paradise Island were not severely impacted by the storm.  While Atlantis was not affected, unfortunately several of the family islands in northwestern Bahamas are experiencing devastating life-threatening conditions.

Donate to National Association of The Bahamas

Please visit their website www.nabmiami.org to make all donations.

NAB is a 501(C) non-profit organization and has been in existence since 1993 serving Bahamian interest and supporting The Bahamas.

The Bahamas Red Cross Society

Wire Transfer Option:
Destination: CHASEU33 (IBK)JP Morgan Chase Bank
New York ABA021000021

Pay to Bank: /001 1 188448
(BBK) ROYCBSNS
RBC Royal Bank (Bahamas) Limited Nassau, Bahamas

Beneficiary: /05165 289-423-6
Bahamas Red Cross Society

Donate With Credit Card

Photo credit United States Navy via Navy Live – official blog.

National Association of the Bahamas

The NAB is a Bahamas-based nonprofit that has been operating since 1993. You can donate to relief efforts on its website. There are also drop-off locations in Florida for goods such as water bottles, non-perishable food, clothes and basic toiletries.

GoFundMe

The crowd-funding company has set up a page of verified campaigns from individuals, families and organizations impacted by Hurricane Dorian. It’s advised to give to these campaigns as opposed to random ones you might find online, as scams abound after disasters

Bahamas Red Cross

The Bahamian branch of the Red Cross is seeking donations of money and supplies, including non-perishable baby clothes, cleaning supplies and bedding.

Salvation Army

When disasters strike, The Salvation Army is there, providing emergency assistance to survivors and first responders.

The Federal Trade Commission offers more tips here. If you suspect someone is running a scam relief effort, you can report it to your state’s Attorney General’s office.

Other efforts from within the Fly Fishing Industry can be found at the following links:

Fiberglass Manifesto

Nassau Guardian Newspaper

East End Grand Bahamas

Angling Trade 

Frontiers Travel

Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation

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