Hurricane Relief

Drop off Centers and Information for Monetary Donations for Antigua and Barbuda

MONETARY DONATIONS:
BANK OF AMERICA
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 2260 0525 1515


CHECKS MADE PAYABLE TO: PERMANENT MISSION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
MEMO LINE: BARBUDA HURRICANE RELIEF

To donate online, CLICK HERE!

DROP OFF LOCATIONS

MANHATTAN
Offices of Antigua and Barbuda
305 E 47th Street, Suite 6A
New York, NY 10017
Tel: 212-541-4117/9
Monday-Friday 10 am to 4 pm

BRONX
Rev. Dr. Belgrave Pelle
St. Mary’s Anglican Church
411 E 143rd Street (Willis Avenue)
Bronx NY 10454
Tel: 718-665-9446
Monday-Friday 11am to 4pm

Pastor John Harris
Ebenezer Pilgrim Holiness Church
708 East 216th Street (White Plains Road)
Bronx NY 10467
Tel: 718-882-0260
Drop off: Anytime

Henrietta James
Tremont Terrace Moravian Church
1621 Pilgrim Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461
Tel: 718-823-9443
Drop off: Monday to Friday 12 noon – 2 pm

BROOKLYN
Pastor Craig Henry
Little Rock Baptist Church
958 Glenmore Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Tel: 917-370-7754
Drop off times:
Wednesday 10am to 2pm
Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 9:30am to 2:30pm

Pastor Kenroy Teague
First Wesleyan Holiness Church
1440 Flatbush Ave (btw Farragut & Glenwood)
Brooklyn NY 11210
Drop off times
Wednesday && Friday 7-9pm
Saturday 8-11am
Sunday 9am-2pm

QUEENS
The Law Office of Beverly Benjamin-George
89-31 161st Street, Suite 707
Jamaica, NY 11432
Tel: 718-395-3916
Drop off times:
Monday to Saturday 9am to 7pm

NEW JERSEY
Damian & Patrice Harley
Universal Martial Arts
48 Washington Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Cell: 646-648-0890
Office: 973-429-2427

Anthea Jeffrey
Rutgers University Administrative Services Building
65 Davidson Road, Room 306D, Busch Campus
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Phone: 848-445-2878; 347-882-9224

Leah Carr Johnson
Lollipop Boutique
409 N. White Horse Pike
Suite A
Summerdale, NJ 08083
Tel: 215-668-7341

CONNECTICUT
Vincent Punter
29 Wyman Street
Waterbury CT 06710
Tel: 203-753-6685
Drop off anytime

Genevieve Jeffrey
53 North Street
Oakville, CT 06779
Drop off times:
After 12 noon daily

PENNSYLVANIA
Pastor Livingstone Aaron
Stroudsburg Seventh Day Adventist Church
(Poconos Area / Northeast Pennsylvania)
2001 West Main Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Monday to Friday
Office: 570-421-5577
Cell: 914-479-8034

Cedar Park Presbyterian Church
7740 Limekiln Pike
Philadelphia, PA 19150
Tel: 215-549-9775
Drop off: Tuesday to Thursday 10 am to 1:30 pm

Chick-Fil-A Cheltenham
2421 W Cheltenham Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19150
Tel: 267-934-5853
Monday to Saturday 9am to 9 pm

Heaven on Earth Christian Fellowship
1468-1470 N 52nd St,
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Tel: 215-681-2356
Drop off times: Tuesday to Saturday 11 am to 7 pm

MASSACHUSETTS
Montserrat Aspirers
358 Washington St.
Dorchester Center
MA 02124
Tel: 617-287-0288

Zoo New England
One Franklin Park Rd
(Main Administration Building)
Boston, MA 02121
Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm

Immanuel Church of the Nazarene
806 Blue Hill Avenue
Dorchester Center
MA 02124
Tel: 617-637-5570

ATLANTA
Jerk Palace Caribbean Cuisine
487 Hwy 138
Riverdale GA 30274
Monday to Saturday 11am to 8:30pm
Questions: Please TEXT Uldeen Lee 404-543-7566

SHIPPING (ITEMS MARKED “BARBUDA HURRICANE RELIEF”)
Antigua Cargo
Darnell Prescott
653 Atkins Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Tel: 718-604-2692
give@barbudarelief.com

PRIORITY ITEMS:

  • CANNNED GOODS (WITH LONG SELL BY DATE)
  • FLASHLIGHTS AND BATTERIES
  • BABY PAMPERS
  • ADULT PAMPERS
  • TOILET PAPER
  • SLEEPING COTS
  • SANITIZERS
  • LOTIONS
  • TOOTHPASTE
  • TOOTHBRUSHES
  • BABY CLOTHES
  • BABY POWDER
  • SOAP

Help Puerto Rico with Disaster Relief and Recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria

Hurricane Maria, a category 4 hurricane with winds of 145 mph to 155 mph, landed in Puerto Rico Wednesday morning just a few days after Hurricane Irma. It is estimated that “Irma caused as much as $1 billion in damages on the bankrupt island.” The impact of hurricane Maria is expected to be worse, with significantly more fatalities, devastating the island’s infrastructure, producing prolonged electrical outages and stalling any potential for economic recovery for months to come.

Edwin Melendez, director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College in New York, said such widespread outages would affect millions of people and deal double blows to communities in the island's mountainous interior whose water systems depend on electricity. Two sectors of the Puerto Rican economy that have shown signs of life, tourism and agriculture, would also suffer. "It’s a grim picture no matter how you slice it," Melendez said.

Puerto Rican community leaders and elected officials in the diaspora are calling for a renewed effort to assist Puerto Rico with disaster relief and recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Many families have lost their homes and need assistance with basic needs.

You can help by donating to charities in Puerto Rico that are leading the effort to mitigate the unfolding humanitarian crisis. Here are some proven organizations with direct access to the victims of these hurricanes. You can visit their online donations or send a check to the enclosed address.

Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico
P.O. Box 191914
San Juan, PR 00919
tel: (787) 728-8500
fax: (787) 728-7099
http://www.fondosunidos.org/

Caritas Puerto Rico
201 Calle San Jorge
Esquina Baldorioty de Castro
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00902
P.O. Box 8812, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00910-0812
787 300-4953
www.caritas.pr

Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico
1719 Ave. Ponce de León
San Juan, PR 00909-1905
787-721-1037
https://www.fcpr.org/

Hurricane Maria Children's Relief Fund
Save the Children
501 Kings Highway East, Suite 400,
Fairfield, CT 06825
Hurricane Maria Children's Relief Fund

Maria & Irma: Puerto Rico Real-time Recovery Fund ConPRmetidos
1511 Ave. Ponce de León Suite K, La Ciudadela
San Juan P.R. 00909
Phone:787-773-1100
Maria & Irma: Puerto Rico Real-time Recovery Fund