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Hurricane Maria relief efforts – comprehensive list, contact information

Posted in: Regional News | 25 September 2017 | 810

    What dominica needs
    What dominica needs

    Hurricane Maria relief efforts – comprehensive list, contact information

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    As you all know Hurricane Maria has left the nation of Dominica completely crippled, cutting off electricity, telecommunication and water supplies across the island. The destruction is unparalleled. Although assessments are still being made and communication is slowly being restored it has become clear that the country is in desperate need of  basic supplies.

    Generously, several initiatives have sprung up in the wake of this disaster to attempt to alleviate any suffering for residents of the island. However, at DNO we are completely aware that there is a lot of information floating around the internet and we therefore have compiled a list of individuals and organizations leading such efforts, who have each been contacted and the particulars verified by DNO. Please note that this is an ongoing list so it will be updated if necessary. Additionally, we have included a  general list of  some of the most immediately needed items. Please support these efforts. The people of Dominica have a long, hard road ahead.

    Online Initiatives:




    United States

    New York

    St. Lucia House, 438 E 49th St, Brooklyn 11203
    Saturday and Sunday, September 23-24, 11 AM – 5 PM
    Contact: Aldona Prosper 646-642-0113
    Organized by the Consulate General of Dominica, 685 3rd Ave, New York 10017, 212-599-8478, consulateofdominica@gmail.com, in partnership with the Dominica American Relief and Development Association.
    Area residents are requested to distribute this flyer.

    Read more at: DominicaNewsOnline