South Florida was spared from Hurricane Dorian but unfortunately, our neighbors in the Bahamas were not so lucky.  Now is the time to assist in hurricane relief efforts. We rounded up a few ways that you can help.

You can drop off unused hurricane supplies and items to the following collection sites around Miami:

  • Greater St. Paul AME Church: 3680 Thomas Ave
  • Christ Episcopal Church: 3475 William Ave
  • Fire Station drop-off times are from 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Fire Station 1: 144 N.E. 5 ST
  • Fire Station 2: 1901 N. MIAMI AVE
  • Fire Station 3: 1103 NW 7 ST
  • Fire Station 4: 1105 SW 2 AVE
  • Fire Station 5: 1200 NW 20 ST
  • Fire Station 6: 701 NW 36 ST
  • Fire Station 7: 314 BEACOM BLVD
  • Fire Station 8: 2975 OAK AVE
  • Fire Station 9: 69 NE 62 ST
  • Fire Station 10: 4101 NW 7 ST
  • Fire Station 11: 5920 W. FLAGLER ST
  • Fire Station 12: 1455 NW 46 ST
  • Fire Station 13: 990 NE 79 ST
  • Fire Station 14: 2119 S.W. 19 ST
  • MRC Building: 444 SW 2 AVE

They are collecting:

  • First aid kits/medical supplies
  • Toiletries
  • Batteries
  • Water
  • Canned/nonperishable foods
  • Can openers
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Lanterns/flashlights
  • Gloves
  • Tarps
  • Baby food and formula
  • Diapers and wipes

They are also accepting cash donations for generators and rebuilding supplies.

You can also consider donating directly to one of several nonprofit disaster relief funds: