Here's how you can help Hurricane Dorian victims

Hurricane Dorian leaves cars and homes submerged in the Bahamas as relief organizations come to help. By Amy Chillag and Mayra Cuevas, CNN

(CNN) -- Hurricane Dorian left behind a path of destruction in the northern Bahamas. Dozens are dead, hundreds missing and thousands homeless. Homes, hospitals and businesses were flooded and torn apart. We are just beginning to understand the scope of the devastation.

You can help raise funds for supplies and assistance so desperately needed by clicking the button below.

Several US charities are on the ground supplying medical teams, tarps, radios, food, water and other aid. You can also contribute by clicking here.

Facebook's Crisis Response is set up for people to mark themselves safe for friends and family.

The Grand Bahama Port Authority has set up the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Fund. It says 100% of the donations will go to relief efforts and funds will be managed by the non-profit Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina with donations tax deductible in the US.

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