Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA)
Encourages download and use of its mobile phone app.
General relief resources that can be expected to assist victims in the hurricane's aftermath. Specific sources will be added once known.
American Red Cross
Another option is to text REDCROSS to 90999 to make an immediate $10 donation.
The Salvation Army
Supports food banks in affected areas.
Volunteers of America
Assisting victims left homeless; contributions can be made to local offices.
A Hurricane Dorian discussion has been started to encourage those who live and/or work in the storm's path to offer your experiences. If you're not from the area but have coped with hurricane damage, you're invited to share any advice.
Hurricane Dorian Discussion
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