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Here you will find an outline of each of our active projects that we welcome you to partner with us on through your financial donations

In this second half of the year, ADRA Bahamas is engaging in a Shell Home Construction Project.  The goal is to provide storm-resistant shells to households in the Northern Bahamas urgently in need as a result of the loss of their home being destroyed by Hurricane Dorian.

We invite you to partner with us in our efforts!


Our goal is currently 25 shells, but with your generosity, we can help more families, to have one less thing to worry about in this and hopefully the next hurricane & holiday seasons. 


Ref: Love In Action (LIA)

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Last year we went throughout Eastern Grand Bahama and to the Grand Bahama Children's Home and sought to bring Holiday Cheer to the children affected by 🌀 Dorian. 

We also sought to bring a bit of merriment to the children that attend programs at The Bahamas Crisis Centre and THIS HOLIDAY SEASON we want to do it again! 

Last year, we gave nearly 150 gifts or food packages and this year we want to donate at least 250 throughout New Providence (with the help of the Department of Social Services) and we know we can do it with your help! 


Ref: Operation Smile


Disasters like Hurricanes Matthew and Dorian in The Bahamas, Volcanic eruptions in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Earthquakes in Haiti and COVID-19 globally, devastate millions of lives. The need for food, water, shelter, medicine and safety is urgent. By having a strong global presence, ADRA can respond to almost every disaster, providing for people’s immediate needs and empowering them to rebuild their lives. Your generous gift before disasters occur ensures ADRA can respond when disasters strike. That means providing food parcels, hygiene packs, shelter kits, and water filtration devices when people need them most. Your donation can enable ADRA to be always ready and always there for people in disasters. 

Ref: Emergency Fund

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We have been engaged in ensuring that members of all the communities impacted by Hurricane Dorian and now Covid-19 had the capacity to grow food right in their backyard

We also expanded this donation, by donating 3 hydroponic farming kits to ​female farmers who supply food to their community as a further way of supporting the recovery and rehabilitation of this disaster-affected community. 

With your help, we are able to assist so many more persons in need. 

Ref: Grow Together

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