Boat Trader is dedicated to helping our friends in the Bahamas following the impact of Hurricane Dorian. This record-breaking storm leveled entire towns and left an estimated 76,000 people homeless and in need of assistance in the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island.
Thousands of boaters around the area have pitched in to help and we’re currently working with charities and non-profits to help deliver life-saving aid, supplies, equipment and vital resources for disaster relief work.
Below we’ve compiled a selection of some of the industry’s most reputable organizations that are focused on providing supplies and funds to the Bahamian people. Please consider donating to one of the organizations below.
The American Red Cross
Your donation to the American Red Cross enables the Red Cross to respond to and help people in the Bahamas recover from this natural disaster.
National Association of the Bahamas (NAB)
With your donation to the NAB, we can meet some immediate needs and provide supplies as the Bahamas try to recover from Dorian.
Denison Yachting is working to provide relief to the victims of Hurricane Dorian and their families. We have a few boating-related raffles for those that donate.
Atlantic Yacht and Ship Inc.
Dorian has devastated Hope Town and the Islands around Abaco. Please contribute to bring aid to the Bahamas!
Yacht Aid Global
Yacht Aid Global is working with yachts to deliver life-saving aid, equipment and disaster recovery and assistance teams to the Bahamas.
Rebuilding, both short-term and sustainable relief is a great undertaking. HeadKnowles needs your support to accomplish this.
Angler Oliver White, the owner of Abaco Lodge – a renowned fly-fishing facility on Great Abaco Island, has launched a GoFundMe fundraiser to bring support to family, friends and staff of the surrounding community. Major brands including Costa and YETI have gotten involved helping to raise thousands of dollars.
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