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Port Orange Observer Monday, Sep. 9, 2019 3 months ago

Volusia for the Bahamas stuffs trailer full with donations for the Bahamas

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Donations of generators are needed to power six churches on Grand Bahama Island that provide meals and serve as donation sites for the community.
by: Tanya Russo Staff Writer

Volusia for the Bahamas had one of their first drop-offs Sunday, Sept. 8, at Airport Road Park in Port Orange from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Residents came from all over the county to stuff the trailer full of needed donations that will go to the people in the Bahamas. 

The group posted on Facebook that donations of generators are needed to help six churches on Grand Bahama Island be able to prepare meals and serve as donation locations for the community.

The trailer rig owned by Casey Caudill will head to south Florida with supplies to be loaded onto boats headed for the Bahamas. Photo by Tanya Russo
Donations for Volusia for the Bahamas pile up as volunteers haul them onto the trailer. Photo by Tanya Russo
Some things piled in the trailer: diapers, water, dog food, snacks, paper supplies and food. Photo by Tanya Russo
Brittni Caudill helps a resident haul supplies into the trailer. Photo by Tanya Russo

 

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