Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts - Donations: How to Help the Bahamas

Posted: Monday, September 2, 2019 7:20 pm

Donation Location: The Square- 260 Crandon Boulevard-Unit 38
Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, September 3, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
 
On behalf of the Key Biscayne Community Foundation (KBCF), please join in by supporting our neighbors to the east in their time of need.
 
The KBCF is activating the Emergency Disaster Relief Fund in partnership with Third Wave Volunteers and City of Miami District 2. District 2 will use boats to assist in transporting donations next week.
 
Donate to the Emergency Disaster Relief Fund here:
 
At this time, ONLY the following items will be accepted at The Square-260 Crandon Boulevard, Unit 38
 
Canned Food - Not EXPIRED
Hand Sanitizer
Non-Perishable Food
Body Wipes
Manual Can Openers
Clorox Wipes
Baby Food
Sunscreen
Baby Diapers
Mosquito Repellent
Baby Formula- Not EXPIRED
Flashlights
Baby Wipes
Batteries
Aquaphor Ointment (skin healing cream)
Heavy Duty Work Gloves
 
NO CLOTHING and NO TOYS
 
If you would like to volunteer to assist in collecting and packaging donations, please contact Nancy Gamwell at 305-775-6475. Please note community service hours will be awarded to students that would like to participate.
 
Special thanks to Maria Claudia Davey, Michele Estevez, Melissa McCaughan-White, Carolyn Koslen, Jorge Mendia, Anne Rothe and all other participants involved in organizing this effort.

 

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