FedEx helps deliver supplies to the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian

FedEx, Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, Team Rubicon and Water Mission team up to deliver supplies and aid to the Bahamas

More than 56,000 pounds of critical aid is on the ground and in the hands of relief workers assisting in the Bahamas.  FedEx delivered the emergency supplies via a dedicated flight to help the people and communities devastated by Hurricane Dorian.

FedEx supported these disaster relief efforts through its relationships with humanitarian organizations including Direct ReliefInternational Medical CorpsTeam Rubicon and Water Mission.

Team members loaded the FedEx Express Boeing 757 in Memphis with medicines and medical supplies, hygiene kits, water treatment systems as well as International Medical Corps’ Mobile Health Facility. The cargo jet also carried employee relief supplies and generators for FedEx team members. Everything was unloaded upon arrival in Nassau where relief organizations had teams on the ground ready to deliver the critical aid to where it’s needed most.

“Many of the people in these hard-hit communities have lost everything and are in desperate need of help. On behalf of the more than 450,000 FedEx team members around the world, we are proud to be able to use our global network to provide these lifesaving resources,” said Raj Subramaniam, president and COO, FedEx Corporation.  “We are inspired by the passion of these organizations and their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others, and we will continue to work with them as they help with recovery efforts.”

The relief effort is part of the company’s FedEx Cares “Delivering for Good” initiative, where the company uses its global network and unparalleled logistics expertise to help organizations with mission-critical needs in times of disaster. The delivery of the lifesaving supplies is also part of the company’s FedEx Cares 50 by 50 goal to positively impact 50 million people around the world by the company’s 50th anniversary in 2023.