BOSTON, MA – The Red Sox will collect donations and supplies at all Fenway Park gates beginning today through the final game of the regular season on October 5 to aid Hurricane Fiona relief efforts in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic where local communities continue to be without power or running water in the aftermath of the category 4 hurricane.
Fans not attending the final five games of the regular season can make donations to the Red Sox Foundation online by visiting redsoxfoundation.org/relief. Donated items will be collected on game days from the time gates open through the 2nd inning. Supplies will also be accepted during non-game hours at Gate D, located on Jersey Street.
Supplies most needed include the following:
- Battery Powered Fans
- First Aid Kits
- Hygiene products (e.g. soap, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner)
- Lanterns (solar powered preferred)
- Over-the-counter medications
- Personal Portable Water Filters
In 2018, the Red Sox delivered nearly 10 tons of supplies to aid Hurricane Maria recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. The club also helped fund the supply of generators which have proved essential in the recent aftermath of Hurricane Fiona.