Hurricane Irma by NOAA

Hurricane Irma – Ways to Help

This page is a central hub for any actionable information we find regarding Hurricane Irma’s impact in the Caribbean. To contribute to this page, please email

Monetary Donations:

Across the Region:



British Virgin Islands:

Puerto Rico:

  • Puerto Rico Real-time Recovery Fund

St. Martin/St. Maarten

Turks and Caicos

U. S. Virgin Islands:


Across the Region:

  • National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

U. S. Virgin Islands:

  • Volunteer to #RestoreUSVI

Local Efforts


  • Accepting relief items
    • Crowley Logistics, Inc, 10205 NW 108 Ave, Suite 1, Miami, Fl. 33178 – Phone: 305-463-4800
    • Guywillship, LLC, 145-18 156th st., Jamaica, NY. 11434 — Phone: 718-977-3600

Again to contribute to this page, please email

Last updated by Patrick Bennett on .

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