Virgin Islands Filmmaker Creates Go Fund Me Page for Hurricane Irma Relief

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Award-winning Virgin Islands born filmmaker John P. Wheatley is taking action to help Virgin Islanders impacted by Hurricane Irma. Wheatley has started a USVI Hurricane Irma Relief Fund on Go Fund Me to raise funds to aid in the massive relief efforts that will follow.. 

Community outreach is nothing new for me. I have been involved with speaking to high risk youth, I have lead initiatives providing clothes for The Atlanta Mission and I’m at the helm of feeding countless of homeless women outside the Atlanta Women’s Day Shelter on a consistent basis. Most recently I’ve provided dozens of pre-filled back packs for kids in the Virgin Islands for a 2017 back to school drive. I’m not saying this to brag, I’m saying this to let you know this is who I am 24/7.

John P. Wheatley

 

As many of you might already know, Hurricane IRMA just tore through the Eastern Caribbean passing over my hometown of St. Thomas, USVI. I’m raising money to help in the relief efforts for families in the Virgin Islands in the aftermath of this historic storm. Link in BIO. #Hurricane #IRMA #relief #disaster #disasterrelief

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As many of you know, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands is my birthplace so I have a vested interested in the Caribbean.  Anything you can do to help out will be greatly appreciated.  Please support, tag a friend and share!  I will also be sharing relief and fund raising efforts for other islands in the Caribbean impacted by Hurricane Irma.

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