WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
Inspired by the love and warmth of the Abaco Bahamians and in response to the destruction wrought by Hurricane Dorian, the Abaco Rescue Fund was established to assist the victims of Hurricane Dorian.
Securing and preserving the immediate life safety of those displaced via emergency & tactical relief response. This includes providing evacuations, rent deposits, school tuition, and humanitarian aid in the form of clothing, furniture, food, water, shoes, school supplies, bicycles, toys, and gift cards.
Securing safe housing for those who’s homes were affected. This includes home repairs, mold remediation, complete home rebuilds, reroofing, supplying generators, and donating building materials to residents, churches, schools, and community parks.
Assist with practical, medical, emotional and spiritual trauma support to facilitate the start of the recovery process.
Bringing communities back together by hosting community events consisting of celebrations, meals, beverages, music, donation distribution, and special guest appearances. We have donated over 100 bikes, over 100 stockings and children’s bibles, over 1000 textbooks and workbooks, clothes, over 500 pairs of shoes, warm meals, and a whole lot of love at these events.
The Abaco Rescue Fund is a Florida non-profit corporation and a federally-designated 501(c)(3) charity.