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Moore Bahamas Foundation announces $200,000 in grants for Hurricane Dorian

New grants are part of conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon’s million-dollar commitment to environmental and humanitarian relief in The Bahamas NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Moore Bahamas Foundation has announced $200,000 in new grants for Hurricane Dorian relief and recovery.

This brings total contributions thus far to more than $500,000 as part of conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon’s million-dollar pledge for hurricane repairs, according to a statement issued today.

The grants follow Moore Bahamas’ funding for emergency aid and a post-hurricane needs assessment in the immediate aftermath of Dorian and will help alleviate emergency hardships and accelerate recovery of The Bahamas’ spectacular ecosystems and its economy.

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