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Sea Shepherd’s JOHN PAUL DEJORIA to Bring Aid to the Bahamas.

The Sea Shepherd patrol vessel JOHN PAUL DEJORIA departed from Jacksonville, Florida a few days before the arrival of Hurricane Dorian.

Our ship made it safely to Cayman Islands where we were warmly welcomed.

Once the winds have abated the JOHN PAUL DEJORIA will return to Florida to pick up humanitarian relief supplies to transport to the Bahamas to the areas devasted by Hurricane Dorian especially the devastated Abacos Islands East of Southern Florida.

The JOHN PAUL DEJORIA can transport 30 tons of supplies. Sea Shepherd will work with the Bahamian government to take on and deliver essential supplies.

In addition to relief supplies, Sea Shepherd will also purchase supplies of dog and cat food for the many homeless dogs and cats on the islands.

 

For the oceans, 
Paul Watson Full Signature
Captain Paul Watson

 
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Sea Shepherd is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the USA (Tax ID 93-0792021), and donations are fully tax-deductible. For any questions, please e-mail donations@seashepherd.org

For a look at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's 2016 990 on file with the IRS, click here.

For a look at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's GDPR Statement click here.

 

Sea Shepherd is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the USA (Tax ID 93-0792021), and donations are fully tax-deductible. For any questions, please e-mail donations@seashepherd.org

For a look at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's 2016 990 on file with the IRS, click here.

For a look at Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's GDPR Statement click here.