The Lyttle family helps bring relief to Flooding in the Caribbean
Vincentian ‘Turn me on’ (2004) artist, Kevin Lyttle, is stepping in to help those affected by the Christmas flooding in his homeland as well as in St. Lucia and Dominica. His family foundation, the Janice Lyttle Foundation has collaborated with The Miami Foundation to establish the Eastern Caribbean Flood Relief Fund in the United States to facilitate receipt of tax-deductible financial contributions to support relief efforts of the Red Cross societies of the impacted islands.
Financial donations (100% tax deductible) can be made in the following ways:
1. Via Check: Make checks payable to “The Miami Foundation” and include the Fund name “Eastern Caribbean Flood Relief Fund” or c/o Janice Lyttle Foundation n the memo line of the check. Mail checks to:
The Miami Foundation
200 South Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33131
2. Via Credit Card: Direct link
3. Via Cash Wire Transfer:
JPMorgan Private Bank – DE
500 Stanton Christiana Rd
Newark, DE 19713
EFT/ACH ABA #267 084 131; Wiring ABA # 021 000 021
Account of: The Miami Foundation; Account # 403251668
G98.7 founder Fitzroy Gordon had a forum on the weekend where he spoke to the Prime Minister of St Lucia Kenny Anthony and the Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves about the situation and how to help.
The government of St. Lucia, meanwhile, say they are in need of canned goods, biscuits, infant formula, water, mattresses, blankets, hygiene kits, disaster kits and first aid kits, Generators, Clothes for Children & Adults, Chainsaws, Cutlass & files, Teddy Bears, Cleaning supplies, Gloves, Buckets, Mops, Bass Brooms, Gloves, Wheelbarrows and Shovels.