Dominica Disaster Relief Fund – Tropical Storm Erika

While we are thankful Rosalie Bay Resort sustained relatively moderate damage, Tropical Storm Erika left a catastrophic aftermath on the island. Nine communities on Dominica have been declared Special Disaster Areas and need your help.


One of nine declared disaster areas on Dominica (Photo via Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit)

How You Can Help Dominica

Rosalie Bay Resort has established a disaster relief fund through The Resource Foundation (TRF), a foundation through which we have supported vulnerable populations on the island since 2011.

If you wish to participate in the relief efforts, please donate using this safe, secure method.

A Trusted Philanthropic Organization

This 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization is a leader in philanthropic giving to the Caribbean having already thoroughly vetted the established and participating non-profits on Dominica to assure that all funds will reach those hardest-hit by devastating Tropical Storm Erika. The Resource Foundation (TRF) is trusted by Starbucks, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg’s and more to help them reach people most in need of help who often do not have a voice that can be heard through bureaucracies. TRF has a Four Star Charity rating, the highest awarded by Charity Navigator for financial responsibility, accountability and transparency.

Every little bit helps. Thank you in advance for your contributions.

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