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BFSB sets ups donation page for Hurricane Dorian victims

The Bahamas Financial Services Board has set up a donation page for the victims of Hurricane Dorian to provide vital funds for shelter and supplies. Follow the link to donate. 

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB)has set up a donation page for the victims of Hurricane Dorian to provide vital funds for shelter and supplies.

The page encourages people to support relief efforts and says: “BFSB and The Association of International Banks and Trust Companies (AIBT) will contribute all funds raised to the support the provision of shelter as a priority item in the national relief effort.


As we have done in the past, we will segregate these funds and donate 100 per cent of all monies collected to specific projects designed to provide shelter initially and once immediate needs are met, we will move to support projects with a focus on youth and education.”

“These circumstances are unlike anything experienced in our recent history. It will take a tremendous amount of resources to create some normality in the affected islands. We also encourage you to please go out and volunteer. This is a long term multi-year endeavour of rebuilding Abaco and Grand Bahama.”

Click here to donate.

Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis met with USAID administrator Mark Green and his team September 8, 2019 to discuss relief efforts on Grand Bahama and the Abaco islands following Hurricane Dorian.

The National Emergency Management Agency of The Bahamas has issued an update on relief efforts for those suffering the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Read the full update here.

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