A Humanitarian In The Making: East Hampton Native Helps Raise $10K For Nicaragua Hurricane Relief Efforts - 27 East

A Humanitarian In The Making: East Hampton Native Helps Raise $10K For Nicaragua Hurricane Relief Efforts

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Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota.

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota.

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota.

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota.

The first day of donation distribution in Nicaragua following the devastation from Hurricanes Eta and Iota. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua.

Volunteers from different communities help divide and repackage donations before distributing them to neighborhoods destroyed by hurricane flooding and high winds in Nicaragua. COURTESY MIKAYLA MOTT

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Ding Repair Cafe in Nicaragua, the headquarters for Mikayla Mott's hurricane relief effort.

Ding Repair Cafe in Nicaragua, the headquarters for Mikayla Mott's hurricane relief effort.

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

Mikayla Mott

authorMichelle Trauring on Dec 15, 2020
Mikayla Mott takes a seat outside the Ding Repair Cafe on a recent Monday morning, a warm winter breeze tousling her long blonde hair and dancing with the wind chimes... more

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