Operation Helping Hands activated to help victims of Hurricane Dorian

United Way of Miami-Dade, the Miami Herald/el Nuevo Herald and Univision 23 have activated Operation Helping Hands to support the response, relief and recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas and surrounding areas impacted by this powerful storm, announced United Way of Miami-Dade President and CEO Maria C. Alonso.

 To make a donation you can:

  1. Visit https://unitedwaymiami.org/ohh
  2. Call 305-643-2501 or 2-1-1
  3. Send a check payable to Operation Helping Hands, c/o United Way of Miami-Dade, P.O. Box #459007, Miami, Florida 33245-9007

One hundred percent of funds raised through Operation Helping Hands will go directly to help the people affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas and other affected areas. United Way of Miami-Dade will work with United Ways and other nonprofits to support both immediate and long-term recovery needs.

Operation Helping Hands is a partnership between United Way of Miami-Dade, the Miami Herald/el Nuevo Herald, and JCS Helpline Services that was created in 1998 in the aftermath of devastating hurricanes Mitch and Georges, to provide the people of South Florida a way to extend a helping hand to their neighbors in need. Since then, it has been reactivated numerous times in response to disasters and other emergency situations.

To donate supplies, please visit www.miamigov.com/bahamastrong to find a drop-off location.

 

2019-09-03T11:59:38-04:00 September 3rd, 2019|