Sea Mercy has found a way to bring hope and light to the remote island villages devastated by Cyclone Winston. Our "Light a Village" program provides a low cost and renewable Solar Lighting system for the individual homes and schools that have lost everything. Help us help them by learning more about this incredible program.

Since May, Sea Mercy has had a fleet of volunteer sailing and motor yacht vessels performing remote island assessments and delivering emergency (food, water, shelter and medical supplies) and recovery & rebuilding aid to the devastated remote islands impacted by Cyclone Winston. Learn how you and your organization can help make a difference in the lives of those devastated by Cyclone Winston.

Rotary Global Grant for Fiji Recovery Program! Rotary International's "3-1 Donation Matching" program can turn every dollar donated toward the Global Grant into four! $100 becomes $400, rebuilding one house becomes four rebuilt houses, and planting one community farm becomes four new farms being planted. Follow this link to learn more about how you can help! Thank you Rotary International!

300 kilometer per hour winds from Cyclone Winston has ravaged the 300+ islands and 900,000+ people living in Fiji. The outer islands in the eastern Lau Group, Vanua Levu,Taveuni and Lomiviti areas, and the western Yasawa islands seem to have sustained the most damage from Cyclone Winston. Storms are nothing new to the people living on the remote islands, however a "Once in a Century" cyclone of this magnitude has never been seen by those living there.

You can't help but feel encouraged when one of the leading volunteer organizations in the South Pacific recognizes your programs and efforts by putting you on the front cover of their magazine as the lead story. Our thanks and best wishes to the 38,000 Rotarian members that serve in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific and look forward to working with you!

A sad goodbye to Vanuatu. As the visas for our volunteer captains expire, Sea Mercy will be winding down our 5 month Disaster Relief & Recovery operations in Vanuatu. Below is the Impact Report (with photos) that our program and volunteers had while serving the remote island of Vanuatu since March following Cyclone Pam.

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