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Grand Bahama Island was hit pretty hard by Hurricane Matthew. NINETY five per cent of the buildings in the Eight Mile Rock andHolmes Rock areas in Grand Bahama received significant damage from Hurricane Matthew on Thursday night and Friday morning. For more information click on link: 

 

http://www.tribune242.com/news/2016/oct/10/grand-bahama-was-devastated-storm/?news

 

SEA Mission is planning two trips in the coming month to Grand Bahama Island to help in the relief effort. We will be taking teams over to establish feeding centers in three of the churches that we minister through on the island. The plan right now is to set up in the Holmes's Rock and

Sea Grape communities, as well as Freetown.

 

Donations will go towards purchasing generators, as the communities we will be servicing will be without power for the coming month, and pallets of non-perishable food and water.

 

Understand that 100% of your donation goes directly to helping the Bahamian people, as no one on SEA Mission staff takes a salary or compensation of any sort,  and all volunteers pay their own cost to travel to and from the island.

 

Thank you for your help and financial support! If you are interested in traveling with us, please contact us through the email address listed.

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