“The reality is you can be the best surgeon in the world, but if you don’t get food and water and shelter to these people, they are going to die.” A remote Bahamas medical clinic lost staff, power, and water. It stayed open anyway.
A volunteer helicopter team discovered 40 people who were trapped and living in wreckage days after Hurricane Dorian tore through the Abacos Islands in the Bahamas
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VIDEO from @TrevorPettiford Good music, good food, for a good cause. A Saturday evening concert in Dunedin helped raise money for people in the Bahamas still recovering from Hurricane Dorian. We have a list of ways you can help on our website. STORY:
Meet some of our amazing volunteers at our kitchen in The Bahamas! @WCKitchen Relief Team is preparing food that we will bring to Abaco & Grand Bahama tomorrow! We’ve been working non-stop to coordinate planes, boats and even a helicopter... #ChefsForBahamas