Hurricane Joaquin, which missed the U.S. mainland in early October, did terrible damage to the Bahamas, especially the country's southern islands.
Hurricane Joaquin, which at its peak had wind speeds of 155 MPH, was only the 20th Category 4 or 5 hurricane to impact the island nation in historical records dating all the way back to 1851.
Schools were severely damaged with many losing all their books, computers, furniture and school supplies.
Many homes were completely destroyed, with 87% of the homes on Crooked Island totally destroyed.
We are pleased to be part of the relief effort, and we are already shipping boxes of books and school supplies.