Global Empowerment Mission responded in the first phase, disaster relief, by providing an immediate response to the devastating Category 5 Hurricane that struck the Bahamas. To date, this storm has been regarded as the worst natural disaster in the country’s history.
- 7 barge shipments and 30 planes of emergency aid sent to 4 Abaco islands and Grand Bahamas.
- 859 Evacuations through our Fly Tropic and Delta partnership
- 14 Medical Evacs
- 39 Patients Treated
- 7 Clinics Augmented and Supplied
Global Empowerment Mission is currently responding in the third phase, sustainable development, by working with government and community leaders to provide permanent and durable housing and infrastructure (primary and secondary schools). Working towards a long-term response in coordination with government, community leaders, and public private partners to create a self-sufficient and thriving community
- 859 People evacuated
- 6.5 million lbs. of aid & building materials
- $33 million of aid provided
- 8 barges of construction supplies sent to Abaco North Port and Moore’s Island.
- 106 homes repaired in North Abaco through our home rebuild program.
- 3 Schools completely rebuilt through our school rebuild program.
- 1 commercial fishing boat donated through our Adopt a Fisherman program.
- Over 500, 80 gallon bags plastic picked up through our Plastic Buy Back Program with bStrong and 4 Ocean.
- Kroenke Family Foundation
- Treasure Cay Community Foundation
- Bahamas Relief Foundation
- Eagle’s Wings
- Foundation Disaster Relief
- TD Bank
- Discovery Land Company Foundation
- Siadat Family Foundation
- Blue Tide Marine
- ICS Marketplace
- 84 Lumber
- Discount Roofing Supplies
- Bahamas Disaster Authority
- Turnberry Construction
- Moss Construction
- Tropic Ocean Airways
- Bimini Shipping