Hurricane Dorian has devastated The Bahamas with its massive size and monstrous wind gusts. As of now, five people have died as a result of the storm, and many people have been flooded out of their homes and shelters. Cox Media Group Miami is pooling all of our resources to send donations to the island. Until we finalize our plan, here are several places to go where you can drop off donations such as non-perishable foods, blankets, water, and so much more.
City of Miami Fire Station Locations:
Fire Station 1: 144 NE 5th Street
Fire Station 2: 1901 N Miami Ave
Fire Station 3: 1103 NW 7th Street
Fire Station 4: 1105 SW 2nd Ave.
Fire Station 5: 1200 NW 20th Street
Fire Station 6: 701 NW 36th Street
Fire Station 7: 314 Beacom Blvd.
Fire Station 8: 2975 Oak Ave.
Fire Station 9: 69 NE 62nd Street
Fire Station 10: 4101 NW 7th Street
Fire Station 11: 5920 W Flagler Street
Fire Station 12: 1455 NW 46th Street
Fire Station 13: 990 NE 79th Street
Fire Station 14: 2119 SW 19th Street
OTHER DROP-OFF LOCATIONS:
Greater St. Paul AME Church: 3680 Thomas Ave., Miami, FL 33133
Christ Episcopal Church: 3475 William Ave Miami, FL 33133
Seahunter Boats Factory: 25545 SW 140th Ave, Homestead, Florida 33032
Manatee Bay Marina: 99 Morris Avenue, Florida Keys, Florida 33037
BROWARD COUNTY FIRE STATIONS:
Fire Station 9: 301 Northwest 38th Street, Oakland Park, Florida
Fire Station 18: 5785 Park Drive, Margate, Florida 33063
Fire Station 20: 4721 Northwest 9th Avenue, Oakland Park, Florida
Fire Station 50: 4500 Coconut Creek Parkway, Coconut Creek, Florida 33066
Fire Station 58: 600 rock Island Road, Margate, Florida, 33063
Fire Station 87: 2100 Northwest 39th Street
Fire Station 94: 4555 Sol Press Blvd. Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
First Station 98: 5395 NW 24th St. Margate, FL 33063