WATCH: Good Samaritan Shipping Ministries Barge ‘Glory’ Departs Port Canaveral For Bahamas

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Port Canaveral got involved by donating a berth to dock the Glory

ABOVE VIDEO: A Bahamas relief shipment is being loaded onto the Glory, a barge owned and operated by Shawna Downs and her husband James and their three children, ages Baylee 13, Lily 8 and Tucker 6. 

BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA  –A Bahamas relief shipment is being loaded onto the Glory, a barge owned and operated by Shawna Downs and her husband James and their three children, ages Baylee 13, Lily 8 and Tucker 6. 

They run the Good Samaritan Shipping Ministries and are bringing building and relief supplies to the Bahamas.

Port Canaveral got involved by donating a berth to dock the Glory, and waiving any dockage fees for disaster response efforts.

Port Canaveral tenant Ambassador Services, Inc. served as the agent for the vessel and supplied the machinery and people to load the material onto the barge.

They plan on leaving Wednesday morning, it will take them about 24 hours to get to the Bahamas.

The 80 pallets of peel and stick membrane roofing material were donated by Polyglas USA, which is headquartered in Deerfield Beach, FL.

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A Bahamas relief shipment is being loaded onto the Glory, a barge owned and operated by Shawna Downs and her husband James and their three children, ages Baylee 13, Lily 8 and Tucker 6. (Port Canaveral image)

The 80 pallets of peel and stick membrane roofing material were donated by Polyglas USA, which is headquartered in Deerfield Beach, FL.

Port Canaveral tenant Ambassador Services, Inc. served as the agent for the vessel and supplied the machinery and people to load the material onto the barge. (Port Canaveral image)

Port Canaveral got involved by donating a berth to dock the Glory, and waiving any dockage fees for disaster response efforts.