"Together as one, we can make a difference," Woods wrote.
Hurricane Dorian was at Category 5 status when it tore through the Bahamas nearly two weeks ago, making it the strongest storm to make landfall there, CNN reported. At least 50 people in the Bahamas were killed in the storm, while another 1,300 remain missing.
"We are a nation in mourning," Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said in a statement. "The grief is unbearable following the devastating impact of Hurricane Dorian, which has left behind death, destruction and despair on Grand Bahama and Abaco, our second and third most populous islands."