PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- The African-American Museum in Philadelphia is spearheading efforts to help those in the Bahamas who survived Hurricane Dorian.
Museum officials announced a huge fund-raising campaign, to send relief efforts there.
Remy Duncombe, who is a native of the Bahamas but has lived in Philadelphia since 2001, will lead the local effort to raise money for his homeland.
The museum has set up a website for those wanting to donate money towards the relief effort.
You can visit that website by clicking or tapping here.
African-American Museum in Philadelphia announces Bahamas relief effort
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