Sharon Wiles Foundation

"rebuilding After Beryl"

Team work

Hurricane Beryl has devastated the Caribbean, leaving thousands in dire need of immediate help. Homes are destroyed, power lines are down, and clean water is scarce. Families have lost everything, struggling for basic necessities like food and shelter. The region’s economy is in shambles, with tourism halted and agriculture ravaged. Every minute counts in this crisis. Your donation today – right now – can be the difference between life and death for those hit hardest. We urgently need funds for emergency shelter, food, water, and medical care. The situation is critical and deteriorating by the hour. Don’t wait – act now. Your generosity can save lives and help the Caribbean begin its long, difficult journey to recovery. Every dollar makes a difference. Please, donate immediately and help us respond to this catastrophic disaster.


In disaster relief situations, donating non-perishable foods is crucial for providing immediate and sustained support to affected communities. These foods have a long shelf life, are easy to transport and distribute, and require no refrigeration or special storage conditions. Common types of non-perishable foods suitable for donation include canned goods (such as vegetables, fruits, meats, and soups), dried foods (like pasta, rice, and beans), sealed packages of nuts and trail mix, peanut butter, powdered milk, and energy bars. These items provide essential nutrients and calories to sustain individuals and families during times of crisis when access to fresh food may be limited or impossible.

Event Registration