ADRA VOLUNTEERS ASSIST IN TROPICAL STORM ETA

The Cayman Islands Government issued a Tropical Storm warning for the Cayman Islands Friday November 6th, immediately the, ADRA Cayman Hurricane Restoration Plan was activated. This Plan consists of a new organizational structure where the island is divided into geographical Zones managed by an Adventist Development and Relief Agency, (ADRA) Area Coordinator and supported by ADRA Zone Leaders who are assigned to various districts with our volunteers.

With the activation of the warning, ADRA Cayman Islands communicated with the Cayman Islands Hazard Management Team for readiness to assist before, during and after the storm Eta. ADRA Volunteers were notified that Hurricane Shelters will be open and our AREA Coordinators and Zone Leaders implemented our Restoration Plan and our volunteers reported to various Shelters to assist potential occupants who may require Sheltering.  Approximately 30 ADRA Volunteers reported and assisted where possible in the following Shelters: East End Civic Center, North Side Civic Center, Bodden Town, Primary School, John Gray High School, Auston Rutty Cayman Brac and John Gray Memorial Church West Bay.  Other volunteers were on standby incase other shelters were open and additional assistance was needed. We have attached some photos for your viewing.

I commend our dedicated team of leaders who continue to display care and compassion by providing unselfish service to humanity. ADRA Cayman is also working with ADRA Nicaragua and ADRA Honduras to assist in providing much needed help due the devastation that has occurred due to Hurricane Eta which has affected 1.7 million people.

ADRA CAYMAN ISLANDS DISASTER RELIEF FUND (ADVENTIST DEVELOPMENT AND RELIEF AGENCY)

Cayman Islands ADRA has established a Disaster Relief Account for the purpose of assisting locally and internationally to meet the needs of individuals who have been affected by any disaster.

Monetary contributions are welcome, and we invite you to support ADRA Cayman Islands in its effort to alleviate suffering and to bring joy to the lives of many under these challenging circumstances. 

Monetary contributions can be deposited into account number 500-623-4 at RBC Royal Bank (Cayman) Limited Georgetown, Grand Cayman, or by check made payable to Cayman Islands Adventist Development and Relief Agency. You can also visit the Cayman Islands SDA at Walkers Road Conference Office and make your contribution toward our Disaster Relief Fund.

We can assure you that all contributions will be strictly used to assist persons who have experienced suffering due to any disaster. The Disaster Relief Fund is managed by a committee of five (5) persons and is Chaired by the Director of Operations.

Contact Numbers: for ADRA Disaster Relief Fund :1(345) 640 2647, 1(345) 3276609, 1(345) 917 1199.

ADRA Cayman Islands is a registered body under the Cayman Islands Government Non- Profit Organization Regulations (Revision Law 2020).  Our Certificate of Registration NPO. 539 authorizes us to solicit funds to assist in Emergencies and Disasters under the requirement of the Cayman Islands NPO Law (2020).

Edris Ocho, ADRA Director

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