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Bahamas Relief Foundation & GEM aim to raise $10 million for Hurricane Dorian relief

It was announced today that in a joint effort, the Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) will act as an ‘Official Relief Delivery Partner’ for the Bahamas Relief Foundation (BRF) to rebuild damaged houses following Hurricane Dorian.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Two foundations come together to support the reconstruction of Grand Bahama and Abaco after the passage of Dorian

The South Florida Global Empowerment Mission organization with Bahamas Relief aims to raise $ 10 million to mobilize aid to rebuild homes, businesses, among other infrastructure, which were destroyed by the hurricane.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

South Florida Group Donating Half a Million Pounds of Relief to Bahamas Each Week

Global Empowerment Mission has already sent nearly 300,000 pounds of relief since Hurricane Dorian

Monday, September 30, 2019

Local Organization Helping Rebuild the Bahamas

Michael Capponi, the founder of the Global Empowerment Mission, talks to NBC 6 reporter Arlene Borenstein about the ongoing efforts to help the Bahamas.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Global Empowerment Mission’s Hurricane Dorian Initiatives

Photography by Seth Browarnik

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Miami Restaurants and Bars Help the Bahamas Post-Dorian Through Fundraisers, Supply Drives

Bstrong is working with Global Empowerment Mission (GEM). All funds donated to GEM through the Bstrong partnership are restricted to the distribution and logistics of purchasing and delivering disaster-relief supplies and gift cards to affected populations.

Friday, September 06, 2019

GEM Hurricane Dorian | ABC Local 10 News: This Week in South Florida

Monday, September 16, 2019

This Week in South Florida podcast - September 15, 2019

Join Glenna Milberg as she welcomes City of Miami Fire Chief Joe Zahralbah, Global Empowerment Mission founder Michael Capponi and Bob Putney from Blue Tide Marine on the "This Week in South Florida" podcast.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

We dodged Dorian. Now South Florida is set to funnel major aid to storm-ravaged Bahamians.

Michael Capponi, whose Global Empowerment Mission provides disaster relief and has in recent years collected supplies after hurricanes Maria and Michael, is raising money to fund rescue flights to the Bahamas.

Tuesday, September 03, 2019

Luxury car dealership hosts donation drive at Shops at Pembroke Gardens

“We were looking for a way to help give back. We have a great forum here. We have a ton of people coming that could really help out,” said Larry Zinn, general manager of Lamborghini and Bugatti Broward. “We were able to connect with Global Empowerment. We believe that they’re going to be able to help us get the supplies in the people’s hands who need it as quickly as possible, and it’s a great opportunity for us to really be able to help.”

Saturday, September 14, 2019

RECONNAISSANCE A KEY RELIEF MISSION FOR GA PILOTS

In partnership with Blue Tide Marine and Global Empowerment Mission, Tropic Ocean Airways’ teams “rescued more than 150 people, conducted more than 120 rescue mission flights and transported 20+ tons of cargo including critical need items like water, food, generators, medical supplies, SAT phones, small airboats, and ATVs to aid in expediting rescue and medical efforts.”

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Sea Shepherd Sends Ship to the Bahamas

In addition to relief supplies, Sea Shepherd is also carrying supplies of dog and cat food for the many homeless dogs and cats on the islands. Sea Shepherd is collaborating with Global Empowerment Mission, Blue Tide Marine, FlyTropic Air, Bethanny Frankel's Bstrong initiative, as well as GlobalMedic, a Canadian non-profit which focuses on bringing access to clean water technology to areas affected by natural disasters.

Monday, September 16, 2019

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