Palm Coast Businesses Collecting For The Bahamas

By on September 6, 2019 in WNDB News

Palm Coast, FL – Individuals, organizations and businesses are helping in relief efforts for the Bahamas, including a couple of Palm Coast businesses.

St. Joe Plaza and St. Joe Business Center are part of the effort. They have reached out to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth of the Bahamas to find out what’s needed most.

The business owners say there will be air transport from the Sanford airport carrying the supplies to the Bahamas. They say they will coordinate with them to make sure supplies are delivered when flights are leaving.

Many of the items needed include camping gear and supplies.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Commonwealth of Bahamas
Post-Hurricane Dorian
Immediate Assistance Supplies List (As of 2 Sept. 2019)

Item Description Comment
1 Tent
2 Cots Adult Size
3 Hygiene Kits Pampers, baby wipes, sanitary napkins, deodorant, toothpaste, soap, baby formula.
4 Potable/purified water
5 Non-perishable food items
6 Water bladders
7 Water containers
8 First aid items Sterile bandages/gauze (all sizes), tape.
9 Portable generators
10 Chain Saws
11 Plastic tarpaulin
12 Debris removal tools Shovels, rakes, axes, wheelbarrows.
13 Portable single and double burner stoves
14 Portable outdoor lamps / lights
15 Water purification kits
16 Flashlights
17 Blankets
18 Insect repellents
19 Portable radios
20 Batteries
21 Portable potty
22 Cleaning supplies/disinfectants Bleach, brooms, mops, Pinesol, garbage
bags

Donations can be dropped off at the Coldwell Banker Premier Properties office in the St. Joe Plaza, at the corner of Palm Coast Parkway and Pine Lakes Parkway.

For more information, call Gina at 386-931-5211/Tom or Rose at 386-445-5880.

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