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An international philanthropic organization has stressed the urgency required in rebuilding what was damaged by Hurricane Beryl in St. Elizabeth and other badly hit areas. Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) has partnered with National Commercial Bank (NCB) Foundation, Breds Foundation, Food For The Poor (FFTP), among other groups to carry out restoration work in St.Elizabeth.
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As the NCS program concludes, the state, in collaboration with FEMA and other supporting organizations like the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) and Global Empowerment Mission (GEM), has successfully transitioned many individuals and families from emergency shelters to more stable intermediate housing solutions. These solutions include the state’s Rental Assistance Program (RAP) and FEMA’s direct lease program, among others.
Volunteers from Global Empowerment Mission lend a helping hand to Jamaican victims of Hurricane Beryl
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DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) - Days after Hurricane Beryl battered Jamaica, a South Florida organization is lending a hand to storm survivors. Michael Capponi and volunteers from the Global Empowerment Mission are helping residents in Jamaica following the aftermath of the storm.
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Capponi, president and founder of Global Empowerment Mission (GEM), told The Gleaner on Monday that he founded the organisation because he was driven to help those in need, rather than accumulate wealth for himself. He also shared that he believed in changing lives for the better.
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Speaking with Our Today, Capponi said; “In support of the Government’s effort, I am thankful and delighted with the partnership between the National Healthcare Enhancement Foundation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Consulate General of Jamaica Miami, the BREDS Foundation in Treasure Beach and our generous overseas donor partner Global Empowerment Mission for the chartered airlift of relief supplies with retail value of US$150,000 or J$23.4 million. This consisted of care packages, tarps, generators and solar lamps to serve the communities of St Elizabeth, Manchester and Clarendon. We also have a 350 generator to bring water back. We’re going to create a campaign to rebuild Munro College.”
Local volunteers pack boxes filled with supplies for Caribbean residents impacted by Beryl
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LAUDERHILL, FLA. (WSVN) - South Floridians are stepping up this weekend to send support to people on the Caribbean islands that were hit hard by Beryl. 7News cameras captured boxes packed with donations at Donna’s Caribbean Restaurant in Lauderhill, Saturday. Volunteers collected canned goods, hygiene products, blankets and many other items. The boxes will go to Global Empowerment Mission in Doral, which will ship the boxes to areas that need them the most.
Caribbean islands reel from Hurricane Beryl damage
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Global Empowerment Mission, a relief nonprofit organization, was among those bringing aid to Grenada. Its first shipment landed Thursday, and another, for the Grenadines, was slated to arrive in Barbados on Sunday, said Michael Capponi, the organization’s president. On Petite Martinique, his team saw buildings leveled and concrete houses left as shells.
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As Hurricane Beryl's wrath subsides, South Florida and Jamaican communities rally to offer relief amidst the storm's devastating aftermath. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced alongside consulate officials at the Global Empowerment Mission in Doral a framework to assist victims by converting donated leave time from nearly 30,000 employees into cash, as reported by WSVN. This method of support is not without precedent; it has been enacted in past disaster relief efforts and stands as testament of a community’s solidarity.
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Hurricane Beryl, an early-season storm super-charged by abnormally warm ocean temperatures, hammered several Caribbean islands and killed at least nine people. Grenada’s Carriacou island was “flattened” when Beryl made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane. It was also the strongest storm to impact Jamaica in more than 15 years. Several charities are actively distributing aid throughout the region. If you’d like to help victims, or use the form below.
Hurricane Beryl leaves storm-tossed Jamaica, heads for Cayman Islands
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Aid groups were preparing to send shipments to the Caribbean as soon as possible. Global Empowerment Mission, a Florida-based nonprofit organization, was working with community organizations to pack boxes with food and emergency and hygiene supplies in Florida on Wednesday. The group was collecting donations and planned to send its first shipments Thursday to St. Vincent, according to its president, Michael Capponi, with shipments to Jamaica to follow later.
We are family - South Florida steps up relief efforts as Hurricane Beryl devastates Caribbean
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DORAL, Fla. – The Global Empowerment Mission in Doral continued its mission Thursday in spearheading a relief effort in response to Hurricane Beryl’s devastating impact on parts of the Caribbean. Devastating images and videos emerged from several Caribbean countries as Hurricane Beryl, now a Category 3 storm, left a trail of destruction in its path.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava urges donations for Hurricane Beryl victims
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Representatives from Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) and the Caribbean Consular Corps, along with several top county commissioner, held a news conference Thursday morning to talk about their efforts and how South Florida residents can lend their support. The media event was held at a Global Empowerment Mission’s donation warehouse in Doral.
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While islanders were being urged to prepare, volunteers in South Florida were already packing boxes of canned goods, dry food and hygiene products to ship on relief missions. At a press conference held at the warehouse facilities of the nonprofit Global Empowerment Mission a coalition of Caribbean consuls gathered to share their plans to assist those affected.
Local leaders gather at GEM in Doral to provide update on relief efforts to help Hurricane Beryl victims
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At the Global Empowerment Mission in Doral on Thursday, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and consulate officials were in attendance. “The devastation that is left behind is heartbreaking and we don’t even know the extent,” Cava said. “The Board of County Commissioners is already setting up a way for nearly 30,000 employees to donate their leave time, which translates into cash, so it’s very valuable donation and we’ve done this to boost the relief efforts in the past.”
Aid shipments from South Florida going to those impacted by Hurricane Beryl
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MIAMI - Shipments of aid from South Florida are arriving in the Caribbean to help our neighbors recover from Hurricane Beryl. There are now drop-off locations throughout the county to bring donations. Those include the Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) warehouse in Doral and several county libraries.
Relief mission continues in South Florida as Hurricane Beryl pummels Caribbean
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The Global Empowerment Mission in Doral continued its mission Thursday in spearheading a relief effort in response to Hurricane Beryl’s devastating impact on parts of the Caribbean.
Hurricane Beryl prompts evacuations in Jamaica, relief efforts in South Florida
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At the Global Empowerment Mission’s warehouse in Doral, volunteers are packing wipes, hydration kits, non-perishable foods and other essential items for shipment to the hardest-hit areas.
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Some charities and relief groups in the region are already mobilizing. The Global Empowerment Mission in South Florida is asking for dry goods, tarps and generators as they load cargo planes. “There are 1,000 roofs in Grenada that don't have any more shingles on them and we need tarps,” said GEM’s Founder, Michael Capponi.
Global Empowerment Mission, South Florida Caribbean Strong call on public to help supply aid for Hurricane Beryl victims
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In South Florida, volunteers with the Global Empowerment Mission packed up supplies to send much-needed relief to the islands impacted by the hurricane. The nonprofit organization sends food and aid to communities in need.
Hurricane Beryl Has Devastated the Caribbean. Here’s How You Can Help Relief Efforts
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From its headquarters in Doral, Fla., disaster relief mission group Global Empowerment Mission says it is “already packing supplies, organizing logistics, and getting team members on the ground.” The group is seeking drop-offs of items like tarps, canned foods, and hygiene kits, as well as volunteers to help pack these goods, and it is accepting monetary donations online for its Hurricane Beryl fund.
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The Global Empowerment Mission (GEM), Caribbean Consular Corps (CCC), and SFL Caribbean Strong will meet at the GEM headquarters. GEM is located at 1850 NW 84th Ave #100, Doral, FL 33126. They are scheduled to meet on Tuesday, July 2, 2024 11:00 AM EST.
Jamaicans brace for Hurricane Beryl's impact, as South Florida community sends help to island
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The Global Empowerment Mission is working tirelessly to collect donations. And with more than 300,000 Jamaicans living in South Florida, they're rallying together to send aid back home. Jamaicans living on the island spoke to NBC6 as the storm made landfall Wednesday. Cedric McDonald lives in Kingston, the capital, and said he's worried for the country.
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On July 2, Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) and the Caribbean Consular Corps (CCC) held a press conference at GEM headquarters in Doral to address the urgent need for aid following the devastating impact of Hurricane Beryl. This powerful storm affected Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago.
Hurricane Beryl prompts evacuations in Jamaica, relief efforts in South Florida
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At the Global Empowerment Mission’s warehouse in Doral, volunteers are packing wipes, hydration kits, non-perishable foods and other essential items for shipment to the hardest-hit areas. “They’re looking for tarpaulins, mattresses, foodstuff, cots, sleeping bags, that sort of stuff in the immediate interim,” said Grenada’s Deputy Consul General Dianne Perrotte.
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Global Empowerment Mission is sending care packages and supplies, including dry goods, wipes and generators.
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MIAMI — This morning, a press conference was conducted by Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) and the Caribbean Consular Corps (CCC) at GEM’s headquarters in Doral to discuss the critical requirement for assistance in response to the destructive effects of Hurricane Beryl. The intense storm caused damage in Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago.
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While islanders were being urged to prepare, volunteers in South Florida — home to some 300,000 Jamaicans, the second-largest population in the United States — were already packing boxes of canned goods, dry food and hygiene products to ship on relief missions. The warehouse facilities of the nonprofit Global Empowerment Mission served as the backdrop of a Tuesday press conference, where a coalition of Caribbean consuls gathered. Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article289661424.html#storylink=cpy
South Florida organization prepares to help islands devastated by Hurricane Beryl
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MIAMI - Hurricane Beryl has already devastated some Caribbean islands and on Tuesday, leaders from those islands are reaching out for help. Global Empowerment Mission (GEM), headquartered in Doral, is where they came together to talk about their individual needs.
Evacuations and emergency aid underway as Category 5 Hurricane Beryl hits Caribbean islands
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Relief organizations are mobilizing to provide aid to the affected areas. Global Empowerment Mission, based in Miami, is actively collecting and packing items to send to the storm-ravaged islands. “Out family necessity kits supports a family of two for up to a week,” said a worker.
Relief efforts underway in South Florida as Hurricane Beryl devastates parts of the Caribbean
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The Global Empowerment Mission in Doral is spearheading a relief effort in response to Hurricane Beryl’s devastating impact on the Caribbean.
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With Hurricane Beryl intensifying into a catastrophic Category 5 Atlantic storm, it has already claimed lives and is set to target Jamaica after slicing through the Caribbean with merciless force. The storm, which left a trail of heavy devastation in its wake, signifies a record-breaking early start to the hurricane season as it rises to the status of the earliest Category 5 hurricane noted in July. Aid organizations and evacuations are underway, as reported by WSVN, with the South Florida-based Global Empowerment Mission assembling essential supply kits for the impacted communities.
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Groups have begun organizing to provide relief for victims of Hurricane Beryl in the Caribbean. Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) and the Caribbean Consular Corps (CCC) held a news conference this week at GEM headquarters in Doral to address the urgent need for aid following the hurricane's devastating impact on Grenada, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago.

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