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Persons interested in helping Hurricane Irma disaster response in St. John can best support the relief effort by making a cash donation instead of sending donated goods and services. Cash donations to voluntary disaster relief organizations enables them to purchase exactly what is most needed by the survivors and helps the local economy recover from the disaster as well.

Donated items require voluntary agencies to spend money and considerable time for sorting, inventorying, warehousing, and distribution.  Additionally, there is no state or federal transportation for donated goods unless they fill an identified critical need. There are a number of voluntary agencies receiving cash donations for Hurricane Irma relief - and more options will be provided as they are identified.

If you are interested in doing so now, please contact American Red Cross 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767);

Visit one of these three official disaster response websites. •www.Vialert.govUsviupdate.com •inform usvi.com

You may also make a donation for St. John relief efforts at http://thestjohnfoundation.org/donate

Persons interested in helping Hurricane Irma disaster response in St. John can best support the relief effort by making a cash donation instead of sending donated goods and services. Cash donations to voluntary disaster relief organizations enables them to purchase exactly what is most needed by the survivors and helps the local economy recover from the disaster as well.

Donated items require voluntary agencies to spend money and considerable time for sorting, inventorying, warehousing, and distribution.  Additionally, there is no state or federal transportation for donated goods unless they fill an identified critical need. There are a number of voluntary agencies receiving cash donations for Hurricane Irma relief - and more options will be provided as they are identified.

If you are interested in doing so now, please contact American Red Cross 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767);

Visit one of these three official disaster response websites. •www.Vialert.govUsviupdate.com •inform usvi.com

You may also make a donation for St. John relief efforts at http://thestjohnfoundation.org/donate

The results of our survey to determine St. John priority needs are in!

Youth: Guy Benjamin Community Center Development, Increasing Non-Sport Youth Program availability, Business and Professional Mentoring/Job Shadowing and Internship opportunities...

Health & Human Services: Adult Education Opportunities, Improved Public Transportation, Senior Assisted Living and Supportive Services, and a Community Health Insurance Plan/Affordable Health Care...

Community Enrichment: City Planning (To incorporate vendors plaza, boardwalk & more), Community Performance Pavillion and Meeting Space, Downtown Shuttle...

Environment & Animal Welfare: Development of a consolidated island-wide Recycling Plan, Island Beautification (including dumpster maintenance & litter control), Community Garden & Food/Farmers Co-op...

What can we do to make St. John a better place??? Speak up and take action!!! Go to the community Forum by clicking on the SPEAK UP link on the side of the page and click on the GET INVOLVED link to take action!

 

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