Miami Dade College to Support Relief Efforts for those Impacted by Hurricane Dorian

Miami, – Miami Dade College (MDC) is supporting several relief efforts for those impacted by Hurricane Dorian.           

MDC is providing assistance and support to Bahamian students currently enrolled at the college. In addition, MDC will assist college students from the Bahamas displaced by the storm.   For more information about assistance to students from Bahamas, please contact MDC's Information Center at 305-237-8888. 

MDC is working with the United Way and its #OperationHelpingsHands.  We encourage members of the Miami Dade College community wishing to make monetary contributions to our neighbors in the Bahamas to visit: www.UnitedWayMiami.org/OHH.  Local officials say this is the preferred method of support. 

For relief supplies, MDC is coordinating with the Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management. Smaller items such as first aid and personal hygiene supplies can be dropped off at Student Life locations college-wide.  Larger items such as tarps and tools can be dropped off at the following locations: 

Miami-Dade County Main Library

101 West Flagler Street

Miami, FL 33130

Stephen P. Clark Government Center

111 NW 1st Street

Miami, FL 33128

Joseph Caleb Center

5400 NW 22nd Avenue

Miami, FL 33142

Miami-Dade County Office of Emergency Management Warehouse

8008 NW 14th Street

Doral, FL 33130

For more information, please visit www.mdc.edu/hurricanehelp

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