Hurricane Dorian Relief Efforts — How to Help

Hurricane Dorian has swept across the Bahamas, wreaking havoc to everything in its path. Short-term and long-term support is needed to assist those affected.

Here’s how you can get involved with relief efforts. 

If you want to donate money…

Each of these organizations has experience in disaster relief efforts and has mobilized resources already in action.

American Red Cross
The Salvation Army
All Hands and Heart Smart Response
Humane Society of the United States

If you want to donate items…

Sol Relief is a vetted charitable organization accepting donations of needed items. Items can be dropped off or sent to Sol Relief during regular business hours using the address below:

St. Pete Air at 107 8th Ave SE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

(Monday – Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
Please do not bring items that are not on the list. Please do not donate expired or unusable items.

GeneratorExtension cordsWork glovesChainsaws & chainsChainsaw bar
OilGas cansDuct tapeTarpsHammers & nails
Battery powered fansBatteriesFlashlightsBug sprayMosquito nets
Unused blanketsCleaning suppliesNon-perishable foodHygiene productsBaby supplies
Pet foodOTC medical suppliesSolar phone chargersPhone battery packsCleaning products
Trash bagsDisinfectant wipesSunscreenCamping lights (solar & battery)

Your contributions will not go unnoticed. According to CBS News as of September 2, 2019, the International Red Cross estimated that more than 13,000 homes have been affected by the storm.

Together, we can all extend a helping hand and make a difference.