Once Dorian left Boca largely untouched, all efforts went straight to Bahama relief. Here’s where and how to help:
· Junior League of Boca Raton accepting donations 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at headquarters in Vegso Community Resource Center, 261 NW 13th St. Wish list on Amazon.
League’s Diaper Bank will donate 10,000 diapers.
· Rotary Club Downtown Boca Raton will have a U-Haul truck in back parking lot during their noon Friday meeting only at Renaissance Boca Raton hotel, 2000 NW 19th St. Among items: work and rubber gloves, tarps, cleaning supplies, large garbage bags, shovels, buckets, brooms, mops, propane tanks, grills, Sterno camp stoves, hammers, roofing paper and nails, linens, blankets, towels, chain saws, generators, coolers, flashlights, lanterns, batteries, personal and baby items, cell phone chargers, nonperishable and canned foods, can openers.
· Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services requests leftover hurricane supplies and food to these drop-off locations 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday: Altier Jewelers, 701 S. Federal Highway; Signature Real Estate Companies corporate office, 901-C Clint Moore Road. Monetary donations to Hands on Tzedakah.
· Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County has established Hurricane Dorian Emergency Relief Fund
· Boca Chamber referring monetary and other donations to The Bahamas Red Cross