GHTA Provides Critical Relief Aid To Petite Martinique In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Beryl 

PR — In an initial response to the devastating impact of Hurricane Beryl in  our sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique, the Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA)  has taken swift action to provide much- needed relief aid to the affected community of Petite Martinique.  

Through our Tourism Enhancement Fund, GHTA has purchased over $15,000 worth of relief goods and  supplies to support the residents of Petite Martinique during this challenging time. 

Partnering with one of our esteemed dive sector members, Aquanauts, GHTA coordinated the  transportation and distribution of the relief supplies to Petite Martinique. As soon news was received of  initial distribution complications, GHTA sprang into action, ensuring that the supplies were collected and  distributed within a day, demonstrating our commitment to supporting our sister islands in times of need. 

GHTA would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to RAMS Trading Company for their invaluable assistance  in facilitating our purchase request and ensuring the smooth coordination of the relief efforts. Their  support has been instrumental in enabling us to swiftly respond to the ugent needs of the affected  community in Petite Martinique. 

This collaborative effort exemplifies the spirit of unity and solidarity within the tourism and private sector  and reinforces our commitment to supporting our fellow sister islands in times of crisis. GHTA remains  dedicated to playing a proactive role in disaster relief and recovery efforts, working tirelessly to make a  positive impact on the communities we serve.