The Good Radio Network/Good Media was founded on the premise that Radio can DO A WORLD of GOOD, not only during disasters but all the time. There are always those who need help, but today, our focus must be on the over 76,000 Bahamians who have been displaced and require food, shelter and help finding family members. The Red Cross is on the ground as well as as dozens of other charities who are raising money to help aid the survivors of Hurricane Dorian, such as the Salvation ArmyAmericaresMercy Corps, and the National Association of the Bahamas.

Chef and humanitarian José Andrés is currently on the ground in Bahamas with his charity World Central Kitchen and seeking donations to help serve thousands of meals to survivors.


The Humane Society has been regularly posting updates on social media of the work its doing to protect animals in the path of Dorian. On Friday, the Humane Society shared on Facebook that it had transferred approximately 100 dogs and cats from South Carolina to Chicago.

The Humane Society is asking for monetary gifts to support its Emergency Animal Rescue Fund. You can donate here.

The ASPCA has been in disaster response mode since last week, and has been working with Wings of Rescue to transport nearly 200 animals without homes to safe shelters. You can donate to the ASPCA, whose teams remain on standby, here.

Please follow your heart and give what you can. Every bit helps, it truly does. Even 5 dollars adds up.