Updated: September 10, 2019 11:32 PM
Created: September 10, 2019 09:52 PM
It has been a week since Hurricane Dorian hit the east coast of the USA and the Bahamas. The recovery is a very slow process, and is going to be ongoing for some time.
Relief efforts continue with one organization, the American Red Cross, committing $2 million to support the relief effort in the Bahamas.
They are also deploying 2,800 volunteers nationwide and 25 from the Rochester area sent to help recovery first hand in the impacted areas.
According to James Love, the Executive Director of the American Red Cross Rochester, there are still 65 people in West Palm Beach to help evacuees from the Bahamas.
There is still a lot more you can do to help those still in the Bahamas:
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