PADF Launches Hurricane Dorian Bahamas Recovery Campaign, Accepting Donations

September 3, 2019 (Washington, D.C.) – The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) is launching a campaign to benefit families in the Bahamas who were affected by Hurricane Dorian. All contributions made will support the recovery and reconstruction of affected communities in the Bahamas.

PADF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, affiliated with the Organization of American States (OAS). Since 1962, PADF has responded to many of the most severe disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean, including the June 2018 Guatemalan Volcano Eruption, the September 2017 Mexico Earthquakes, and Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Donations may be made at:

“Everyone can lend a hand in this time of need,” said Katie Taylor, Executive Director at PADF. “We must stand in solidarity with hurricane victims and their families. Families must acquire means to recover their normal lives and build back what was lost in the tragic disaster.”

PADF is currently only accepting financial donations to support the rapid delivery of needed goods to those in greatest need.

About PADF
The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF) seeks to create a just, peaceful, and prosperous hemisphere where every person has the opportunity to thrive – by promoting human development, strengthening democracy and governance, advancing justice and security, and fostering resilience. We include and empower marginalized groups, women, youth, LGBTI, Afro and indigenous people, and migrants. We partner with and enable civil society, governments, and the private sector for the greater good of the region. Join us! 

Aaron Van Alstine
Senior Program Manager