HELP: Barabbas & the Junkanoo Tribe were among those devastated by Hurricane Dorian

Posted By Charissa / September 12, 2019 / Press Releases, Tybee Today / 0 Comments

Barabbas & the Junkanoo Tribe were among those devastated by Hurricane Dorian when it hit the Bahamas.

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Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas on September 1, 2019, and stalled over the islands for several days, devastating the region. Our friends (and yours) Barabbas and the Junkanoo Tribe were among those that lost everything as a result of this unprecedented storm.

Barabbas and the Junkanoo Tribe have been bringing joy and fellowship to Savannah for upwards of 20 years via their performances at the Crab Shack and in the Savannah and Tybee St. Patrick’s Day parade. When they are not performing, Barabbas and the Junkanoo Tribe work with at-risk youth and families in need in their community. Many of their members and children/families in the communities they serve have lost everything.

Your donation today will not only assist Barabbas and The Junkanoo Tribe, but will allow them to go back into their community and provide resources and much-needed supplies to the families that they serve across the region.

If you would rather donate cash/checks in person, donations can be made at ANY SunTrust Bank under the account name: Barabbas and the Junkanoo Tribe Bahamian Relief Fund.

For more information, please email: [email protected] or call (912) 786-7009

On behalf of Barabbas and the Junkanoo Tribe, we thank you for your consideration and support.

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