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How to help with Hurricane Dorian relief effortsHow to help with Hurricane Dorian relief efforts

Relief organizations are mobilizing to help the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian devastated the island chain.

Volunteers load food staples into general aviation aircraft at an Ocala International Airport supply area as part of a relief effort to help those affected by Hurricane Irma in 2017. Photo by David Tulis.

Natural disasters often spawn scams. Before you donate to an unfamiliar organization, check the Charity Navigator website to verify the given organization is legitimate. Although many relief organizations are preparing food and supply drives, monetary donations to groups with a long history of humanitarian relief in disaster zones, such as the American Red Cross, are often the most effective.

The following organizations are accepting donations to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian:

AOPA Publications staff

AOPA Publications Staff editors are pilots, flight instructors, and aircraft owners with more than 250 years of combined aviation experience.
Topics: Aviation Organizations, Public Benefit Flying

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