Thank You For Supporting Our Efforts To Help The Bahamas
“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.”
We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for our Children of the Bahamas Drive. Individuals, families, church youth groups, entire offices, and an entire 7th-grade class reached out to their family and friends to collect supplies for our drive. We are so thankful for all your support.
Because of your donations, Missionary Flights International has delivered thousands of pounds of relief supplies to the areas hardest hit by Dorian.
Here are just a few pictures of the people who helped to make our drive such a success and for us to make a small difference in a child’s life that was devastated by the storm.
Left: Ms. Wilkes’s 7th-grade students from the Environmental Club at Palm Point Educational Research School in Tradition, FL created “wish lists” on Amazon and reached out to friends and family from around the country to help collect supplies.
“When I told my students about the relief effort, and the students ran with it! They have been busy making posters, placing Amazon orders, and enlisting the help of family friends, ” said Marilyn Wilkes.
Multiple members of the community gave monetary donations to Missionary Flights International.
Far Left: Chuck Heath, CPA in Stuart, FL brought by a donation from the Executive Club of Martin County.
Left: Claire Ricter, age 11, donated $500 she made from baking and selling cookies in her neighborhood.
Multiple companies and youth organizations enlisted the help of co-workers, friends, and family to gather supplies for our Children of the Bahamas Drive.
Attorney Chuck Geary and assistant Becky Geary coordinated their efforts to get supplies from all of our office locations to Missionary Flights International warehouse were donations were sorted and placed on planes to the Bahamas.
Our drive has ended, but please reach out to Missionary Flights International to find out how you can continue to support relief efforts in the Bahamas.