Relief efforts for the Bahamas

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Relief efforts for the Bahamas
Wed September 04, 2019

CHTA is working with the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism to provide information on how to help the people affected by Hurricane Dorian


For up-to-date information on the status of tourism facilities in The Bahamas, go to the Ministry of Tourism’s site or visit CHTA’s website which includes links to the Bahamas site and latest posts from airline sites and other destinations which were initially impacted by Dorian and are now fully operational.
CHTA is working with the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism to provide information on how you can help support the immediate needs of the people affected by Hurricane Dorian on Grand Bahama and Abaco where the devastation is considerable. We are also setting up several ways in which hotels, travel industry partners and friends of Caribbean tourism can support the essential long-term recovery needs of the affected areas and will begin to roll out those initiatives separately. Below are details on how you can support IMMEDIATE needs for cash and supplies.

Immediate emergency relief

Cash Contributions:​
Persons/Organizations wishing to Donate FUNDS please see below options for recognized/sanctioned recipient organizations:
US$ funds may be wired or made via credit card using the below information.

Bahamas Red Cross Society​
Destination: CHASUS33 (IBK) JP Morgan Chase Bank​
New York ABA021000021​
Pay to Bank: /001 1 188448
(BBK) ROYCBSNS​
RBC Royal Bank (Bahamas) Limited Nassau, Bahamas​
Beneficiary: /05165 289-423-6​

Contributions via credit card here

The Ministry also advises that the following option is available for cash contributions:​
National Association of The Bahamas

Please visit their website to make all donations. NAB is a 501(C) non-profit organization and has been in existence since 1993 serving Bahamian interest and supporting The Bahamas.

 

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