Consulate General in Miami opens warehouse for hurricane relief supplies

Ambassador Gilbert Boustany

The Consulate General of Antigua and Barbuda, Miami, Florida, is advising all concerned for the well-being of the people and island of Barbuda that the Government is urgently requesting assistance following the passage of Hurricane Irma on September 5, 2017, considered to be the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Basin.

Following Hurricane Irma and its direct impact on Barbuda, an official warehouse was set up in Miami, Florida, to receive humanitarian/physical donations.

Specifically, items such as pampers, baby formula, wipes, personal hygiene items, canned foods, medical supplies, and rolling beds with mattresses would be appreciated.

Once the rebuilding effort begins, the Government will then enter into a secondary phase of requests whereby items such as building materials would be essential.

The Consulate General of Antigua and Barbuda Warehouse is located at: 12901 SW 122nd Avenue Unit 105, Miami, Florida 33186.

Further, official accounts have been set up to facilitate monetary contributions in the Barbuda rebuilding effort managed by the Consulate General in Miami, Florida; the Barbuda Council; and the Ministry of Finance in Antigua and Barbuda.

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