Where To Donate To The Bahamas In DowntownWPB

Hurricane Dorian has deeply affected our eastern neighbors in the Bahamas. DowntownWPB’s community is making efforts during this time to send relief supplies.

Funds Needed For Bahamas Relief Cruise:

Last week the Bahamas Relief Cruise provided the first major supply of aid to Freeport, Bahamas, and provided transportation aboard Grand Celebration for over 1,400 documented people out of the disaster zone and to safety in Palm Beach County. 
On Wednesday, they have the opportunity to make a second voyage, providing a direct shipment of food, water, medical supplies, and skilled volunteers to provide aid. In addition, the Bahamas Relief Cruise will provide transportation for people to safety. 
Bahamas Relief Cruise has raised approximately $500,000- half of what they need to complete the mission. They are accepting donations at bahamasreliefcruise.org.

What To Donate:

Water, Water Filtration Devices, Canned goods, Meals Ready to Eat (MRE’s), Hygiene Kits, First Aid Kits, Wet Wipes, Large Plastic Trash Bags, Mosquito repellent, Non-perishable dry goods, Towels, Gloves, Blankets, Chain Saws, Generators, Portable Stoves, Butane Canisters, Air Mattresses, Diapers, Baby wipes, Baby juice, Baby food, Baby formula, Cereal, Lysol, Disinfectant, Flashlights

Where To Donate:

Tapeo Tapas Bar & Restaurant – 118 S. Clematis Street
Join Tapeo and help give back to hurricane relief efforts with a very special cocktail party. Tickets are $60 per person and include live Spanish music by Marcos Cortes, Spanish dancers, endless tapas, wine, sangria, cigar roller and more. Space is limited. Event profits will be donated to World Central Kitchen and Hope Town Volunteer Fire & Rescue. For tickets, call (561)514-0811.

Visit Palm Beach – 100 N. Clematis Street
Visit Palm Beach will be donating $3.00 per ticket sold on the Hakuna Matata Catamaran during the month of September to support in the Hurricane Dorian disaster relief efforts in the Bahamas. For more information, visit VisitPalmBeach.com.

Ascend The Trend – 120 S Dixie Highway Suite 103
Donations are being accepted. For more information, call (561) 812-2300 or visit ascendthetrend.com

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar – 224 Clematis Street
Due to the impact of Hurricane Dorian in The Bahamas Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar has partnered with The Eagles Wings Foundation to give back to a community in need. All Rocco’s Tacos locations will be a drop off center for small items and any large items may be dropped off: 514 14th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 
For any information or to make monetary donations visit ewfrelief.org.

Pistache French Bistro – 101 N. Clematis Street
In partnership with The Eagles Wings Foundation, Pistache is a donation drop off location for the Bahamas relief efforts. Please check the list for the most necessary items needed. No clothing will be accepted at this time and only non-perishable food items. Volunteers are needed to help with the relief efforts to help organize and pack supplies. If you are interested in volunteering, please email jessica@titouhospitality.com

Field of Greens – 412 Clematis Street
Supplies for donations will be accepted at all locations. For more information, call (561)820-2465 or visit fieldofgreensonline.com.

O’Shea’s Pub – 531 Clematis Street
Supplies for donations are being accepted and sent through Tropix Shipping to the Bahamas. For more information, call (561)833-3865 or visit osheaspub.com.

The Butcher Shop – 209 6th Street
The Butcher Shop will be hosting a special Bahamian BBQ on Sunday, September 15 at 4 p.m. for $55 per person where a portion of the proceeds will be donated to relief support for the Bahamas. For more information, call (561)812-2336 or visit butchershopbeergarden.com.

Eagles’ Wings Foundation Launches Massive Relief Efforts For Bahamas.
West Palm Beach-based Eagles’ Wings Foundation (EWF), in a collaboration with West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James and the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority, has launched an unprecedented large-scale relief effort for The Bahamas following the catastrophic destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian over Labor Day weekend.  Read more: Click Here