Hurricane Recovery for the Children of Dominica – 2017

Dominica has always been considered the “Garden of Eden” of the Caribbean, until Hurricane Maria’s Category 5 winds raged through the island – completely destroying all of the trees, plants and 90% of all buildings. Maria has left the island’s 72,000 inhabitants destitute and without basic necessities such as housing, water, food, clothing, electricity and communication with the outside world.
– The International Center for Assault Prevention (ICAP) at Camden County College has a Child Assault Prevention (CAP) project in Dominica located at the East Dominica Children’s Federation. We are currently asking for help for their children and families. The need is great. As shipping costs are prohibitive, this is a fundraiser and we are asking for a financial gift of any amount. We also appreciate generous contributions because we know more we raise the more children and families will be helped toward recovery.
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DONATE AT: www.camdencc.kintera.org/dominica

All contributions are tax deductible and 100% of your gifts will be going to support the children and families of Dominica CAP/East Dominica Children’s Federation.

Mail Checks to:
Camden County College
c/o Dominica CAP Recovery
200 College Drive
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Learn more about ICAP at
Contact us at 856-372-5001

NJ CAP is a RTC of the International Center for Assault Prevention. It partners with state, national and worldwide prevention advocates.