Charities Approved By Bahamas Government

You can list these charities on your forms as who you are donating to to avoid paying Duty and VAT on hurricane relief supplies form Grand Bahama. Contact us on what you wish to donate and to coordinate delivery.

Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation
Founded by the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) the foundation has a local team of volunteers made up of 100+ of our employees, including the GBPA security team, that will distribute the items to churches, charities, shelters and communities throughout the island whose needs we have triaged.

GBDRF will handle the forms and processing for your donation to make the process as smooth as possible. Also you have to do is to deliver the donations to one of our locations in Florida, or to the Grand Bahama International Airport or Freeport Harbour drop-off locations.

Other worthy Grand Bahama Charities:

Grand Bahama Children’s Home
The GB Childrens Home lost everything. This is a great charity to support.
Contact for Donations: Dana MacKimmie – [email protected]

Rebuild Our Hospitals
Grand Bahama’s hospital — the RAND — was flooded by Hurricane Dorian. Rebuild Our Hospitals is a 100% U.S. tax deductible charity fund to aid restoration efforts.

Freeport Rugby Football Club
Accepting relief and donations to distributed amongst the community.
Contact
: Rob Speller: [email protected] (242)727-5735) | Vicky Purvis [email protected] 727-2356

Sir Charles Hayward Library
The library received water damage from flooding. We will post details here as they become available.
Contact: Geneva Rutherford

Grand Bahama Rotary Club
A pillar of the community, the club has coordinated an immense amount of relief both before and after the hurricanes.
Contact: James Sarles

YMCA Grand Bahama
Contact: Karen Rolle

The Bahamas Red Cross Society

The Salvation Army Freeport
West Atlantic Dr, Freeport, P.O. Box F-44287, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Contact: 242-352-4863

Please contact us with your information if you are a NEMA approved registered charity in Grand Bahama.

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