Roofs for Dominica

On September 18, 2017, the island of Dominica was hit by Hurricane Maria, the first category 5 hurricane to hit the country on record. 

According to Dominica's Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, “every village, every street, every cranny, every person in Dominica was impacted by the hurricane."

Amongst many destructions caused by this catastrophe, Maria has left many people without roofs over their heads. Many homes in Dominica are (were) protected by galvanized steel or plywood roofing. Unable to withstand the 175mph winds that Maria produced, many homes, schools, and government buildings are now without roofs.

To help support the people of Dominica currently seeking shelter, comfort, and hope, please donate any amount that you are able in order to provide roofs for Dominica. 


Please see the links below for more information about Dominica and hurricane relief.

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About Dominica 

Now-and-then satellite photos show Maria's ravaging of Dominica
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Khasim Kep 
East Elmhurst, NY
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