Hield Raising Money for His Native Bahamas in Light of Hurricane
Buddy Hield is doing everything in his power to give back to his native Bahamas.
The Bahamas has been devastated by Hurricane Dorian, leaving many homeless, multiple people dead and a number of others missing. On Tuesday, Hield announced that he was making a $100,000 donation to his homeland to initiate recovery efforts. He also started a Go Fund Me account with the goal of raising $1 million for the nation.
“As you know, my country, the Bahamas, has been severely damaged by the catastrophic storm, Hurricane Dorian,” Hield said in the video. “My heart is broken for my country. Bahamians are one of the strongest sets of people I know, but they still need your help to get through this.
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“So today I’m donating $100,000 to Hurricane Dorian relief in the Bahamas. I’d like to ask you, the public at large, to join me in bringing a sense of hope. No matter the amount, we are always stronger when we work together. I’ve started a Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for those who need so much. Every dollar raised will go towards the devastated islands of Grand Bahamas and Abaco. Together, our donations can help restore hope, life and basic human needs to these battered areas over the next year. I appreciate your prayers, love and donations for the Bahamas. Thank you guys so much or helping the Bahamas get back to a better place.”