Donate To The Bahamas For Hurricane Dorian





Since doing my How 2 Tuesday podcast on how to help The Bahamas I have been getting a lot of emails about how to help. I also have learned more information about organizations where you can donate. Below are buttons to go ahead and donate and underneath the buttons you can find descriptions about the organization.




See Below to read more about Global Empowerment Mission, Abaco Lodge and Yellowfin and what they are doing for The Bahamas. Under GEM there is a list of supplies they are needing, please read it over and see if there is anything you can donate.

Global Empowerment Mission - A message:

We currently have 3 warehouses and are accepting donations and volunteers in Miami & Weston  

– a heart filled thank you to Karla Dascal and The Sacred Space Miami. 


Sacred Space Warehouse

340 NE 59th Ter

Miami, FL 33137 


American Horse Trails Ranch

4928 SW 198th Ter

Southwest Ranches, FL 33332 


Smith, Gaskill & Shenkman, PA

11891 US Hwy 1 

North Palm Beach, FL 33408

We are in need of:

Life Jackets/Floatation Device

Large sturdy waterproof bags

Heavy duty garbage bags

Solar fans/lights

Large tarps

Chain saws


Fuel/oil for generators

Non perishable food items

Dry formula and dry milk products

Cleaning supplies

Mold remediation items

Hygiene products

Feminine products

First add items and kits

Advil, Tylenol etc for adults and children

Hand sanitizer

Medical gloves


Diapers and Wipes

Baby food and formula

Pedialite (powder packs)

Gator aide/Electrolites/hydration powder

Rehydration salts



Batteries (especially D)



Solar battery and solar chargers

30 gallon or larger storage containers with lids

Plastic wrap

Duct tape / packing tape

Solar flood lights

Hand saws

Work gloves

Can openers

Sanitizer/Sanitizre wipes

Water purification devices

Disposable plates and cups

Camp stoves

Butane tanks





Pet food canned and dry

Toilet paper

Abaco Lodge - A message from Oliver White, the Managing Partner:

Abaco Island in the Bahamas has been devastated by Hurricane Dorian.  We are still waiting to hear from all our family, friends, and staff at Abaco Lodge to make sure everyone is unharmed. We haven't had a report on the status of the lodge yet, but we anticipate major if not catastrophic news. While the lodge has insurance and  can be repaired or rebuilt, that is not the case for our family, friends, and staff on the island. The few people we have spoken to have lost everything. This community will need our help to rebuild their lives, so we are asking for help on their behalf.    

I've made Abaco my home in the last 10 years, and it's been an important part of my life. It's a warm and loving place, and the people are kind and giving. It's heartbreaking to see the destruction, chaos, and suffering they are going through now. 

Abaco Lodge has touched a lot of people over the years, and I hope you will  help its community in this time of need. We will direct funds to the family, friends, and staff of Abaco Lodge and the community efforts at large, and a detailed accounting of how the funds are distributed will be provided. 

Thank you for your generosity. We will continue to share news and updates as we get them.

Yellowfin Teamed up with Haulin Grass Fishing Team & Sun Coast For The Northern Bahamas:

Posted @withrepost@haulingrassfishingteam Everyone is continuing to pray for the Bahamas as the magnitude of the devastation comes to light. If you live on the west coast of Florida or anywhere and want to help. Here’s how we can all do our part to help. @yellowfinyachtsoffshorehave teamed up with #suncoastforthenorthernbahamas & Thomas Bethel on Facebook to provide drop off, consolidation,and shipping of goods at Yellowfin’s headquarters in #Sarasota #bradenton. Need all basic survival goods and volunteers Contact Thomas Bethel on Facebook or @onlyinayellowfin@haulingrassfishingteam or call yellowfin 941-753-7828