Hurricane Irma Please Donate: Private Vessel from Saint Lucia Taking Supplies to Anguilla

Hurricane Irma Please Donate: Private Vessel from Saint Lucia Taking Supplies to Anguilla

Saint Lucia: Public Urged to Donate

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 — The public are being urged to donate much needed hurricane relief items to be loaded onto a vessel leaving Saint Lucia for Anguilla tomorrow Wednesday 13th September leaving from I Dock, Rodney Bay Marina.  

Donations can me made between 11am - 1pm at I Dock, Rodney Bay Marina.

The Carriacou Sloop named 'Tradition' will be embarking on a private mission to take much needed supplies to the people of Anguilla.  Before her life as a Sail Charter Company in Anguilla, 'Tradition' spent 30 years sail-trading through the Caribbean.

Anyone interested in donating hurricane relief supplies are being urged to consider the following items being requested:

  • towels 
  • blankets 
  • baby supplies (formula, diapers) 
  • non perishable food items 
  • flash lights 
  • batteries 
  • battery operated radios 
  • candles 
  • match sticks 
  • PVC Gasoline Cans 
  • tarpolins

For further information please contact: Lawrie Gumbs or Deborah Vos on 1 264 476 7245 (the number works locally)

 

Unable to donate items but would like to make a monetary contribution?

Those wishing to make a monetary donation can do so through the official Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) fund by clicking here 

 

 

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