Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts

Please keep the residents of the Bahamas, Caribbean, and East Coast and others who are dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian in your thoughts and prayers. We have many students and members of the Baylor Family in the storm’s path as it continues toward the Carolinas. We know that God is the great provider in times of need, and we are reminded to be His hands and feet.
Dr. Linda A. Livingstone, Baylor University President

It is anticipated that a number of organizations will be involved in responding to the severe weather associated with Hurricane Dorian. This web site will be used to communicate information about those activities and responses.

If you would like to provide immediate financial assistance to relief efforts in areas impacted by Hurricane Dorian, you may want to consider one of the listed organizations/campaigns below.  While many of these organizations are focused on immediate relief efforts by providing shelter and supplies, some specialize in providing medical care and aid for those impacted. 

Monetary donations should only be made to fully vetted sites and organizations. Charity Navigator provides information on organizations, as well as ratings for more than 9,000 charities.

Note: While Baylor University is supportive of the relief efforts currently being conducted by these organizations, Baylor is not affiliated with them. 

Online Financial Donation Sites/Campaigns

Other ways to help

The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency has posted instructions here

The Grand Bahama Port Authority has established the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation. It is accepting donations and supplies.

 Good 360 asks that corporations donate goods including water, diapers, bedding, portable chargers and tarps. Individuals can donate cash here.

Stay informed and keep up with the recovery efforts.  Opportunities to assist may arise at any time.

Additional Resources

National Association of the Bahamas,  based in Miami and working with the Bahamas consul general there, has set up a Hurricane Relief Fund

New Florida Majority partnered with a dozen South Florida organizations, including the Florida Immigrant Coalition, Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center and the Miami Workers Center—to support community emergency operations centers (CEOCs) in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and Jacksonville.

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