Equilibrium Group, is organizing efforts for both supply donations and online to collect and provide essential relief items to those affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
“Our team and family in the Bahamas are strong and resilient, with your help we can make the road to recovery a bit easier. #BahamasStrong.”
in a joint statement said Equilibrium President Voytek Faber and Vice President Marc Silverstone.
DROP OFF LOCATIONS
Equilibrium Group will be accepting the following donations over the next two weeks which can be either dropped off at the office or mailed.
• Toiletries • Hygiene items • Can openers
• Mosquito spray • Sunscreen • Diapers
• Baby Formula • First aid items • Flashlights
• Batteries • Tools • Candles
• New bedding • New clothing • New shoes
As most airports in the affected areas of the Bahamas are currently closed, the only way items can be delivered to the Bahamas at this time is via boat or helicopter. Travel providers with boat or helicopter service in South Florida are urgently needed to provide assistance in delivering these goods from Florida to the islands and are encouraged to contact Equilibrium Group directly.
SUPPLIES MAY BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO EQUILIBRIUM GROUP
📍Equilibrium Events 📍Equilibrium Interiors
Attn: Jessica Schrag Attn: Jessica Schrag
11860 West SR 84; ste B15 . 1881 NE 26 St, Suite 10
Davie FL 33325 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
BAHAMAS BEFORE & AFTER HURRICANE DORIAN
In addition to collecting items Equilibrium Group has started a GoFundMe page where 100 percent of donations will go to help the people of the Bahamas. Equilibrium’s goal is to raise at least $30,000. To make a donation online, please visit http://bit.ly/DorianBahamasRelief
ABOUT EQUILIBRIUM GROUP
Established in 2011, Equilibrium Group, Inc.is a collection of companies, from corporate event planning to interior design, built on common vision and standards. For more information, including a complete listing of companies by Equilibrium Group, please visit us online at www.equilibrium.group
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