Part of that support comes through a special World War II plan from Montana.
The volunteers had originally planned to make deliveries for two weeks but would stay longer if needed.
"Working for helping others; which is fantastic," says Eric Komberec, one of the pilots flying the plane down to the Bahamas. "The aircraft it did for it. It's the perfect aircraft for that. "
Backpacks full of help
About $ 5,000 in donations has also helped the volunteer fill backpacks with supplies will be delivered through Miss Montana. In these backpacks there will be many things that hurricane survivors are in desperate need of, like toothbrushes.
"People move from shelter to shelter and school to school or wherever they can sleep, and it gives them something to put their things to take, "volunteer Tia Komberec told KECI.
Hurricane Dorian decimated much of the Grand Gahamas and Abaco Islands in northern Bahamas. The official death toll from the storm remains at 50, but officials warn the number will almost certainly rise.
Long History of Flight
Earlier this year, Miss Montana flew to Europe to attend the festivities for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.