CPSP announces Bahamas Relief Fund

13 Sep 2019 1:04 PM | Perry Miller, Editor (Administrator)

Over the Labor Day 2019 weekend, Hurricane Dorian stalled for 48-hours over the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm, killing more than 40 people, leaving hundreds of people unaccounted for, thousands of people homeless, and causing an estimated $7 billion in damage, not including infrastructure damage. This is indeed a desperate time and a difficult time for the people of the Bahamas.

The College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy announces the Bahamas Relief Fund, a special donation drive to help aid the people of the Bahamas and the money will go to All Hands And Hearts Smart Response, one of the highest-rated, truly volunteer-based relief effort charities that are actively working on-site, in the Bahamas. We have carefully selected this charity and for several good reasons, including the fact that for every dollar you donate, $0.96 will go directly to relief efforts. Additionally, Cruise Norweigan will match, dollar-for-dollar, your gift to All Hands And All Hearts Smart Response, up to $2 million.

This is a great opportunity to make a difference!