UPDATE 9/19/2017: Earlier this week, Americares airlifted $1.8 million in critical medicines and medical supplies for Hurricane Irma survivors throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands. Hurricane Maria, now a Category 5 storm, is predicted to plow through the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico starting this evening. Visit americares.org for more updates on emergency response efforts for those caught in this hurricane season’s devastating paths.
UPDATE 9/11/2017: Americares has deployed emergency response experts to assist in relief efforts for communities in the path of Hurricane Irma. Before it reached Florida over the weekend, Hurricane Irma killed more than 25 people in the Caribbean and devastated several islands, including Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Barts, St. Martin and St. Thomas. Click here to learn more about Americares response to Hurricane Irma.
UPDATE 9/7/2017: In addition to Americares continued Hurricane Harvey relief work, they have deployed a team to Puerto Rico to assist in response efforts for Hurricane Irma. The organization also has staff prepositioned in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and has a team ready to deploy to Florida. Click here for updates on how Americares is preparing for Hurricane Irma.
In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, we are partnering with Americares, an emergency response and global health organization, to help raise donations through our Better to Give program. When you choose Americares at checkout, we will donate $1 (at no cost to you) toward helping them provide urgent medicine and supplies to those affected by Hurricane Harvey’s record-breaking rainfall and flooding. On average, for every $1 donation to Americares, they are able to provide $20 in aid.