“Why are people emailing us from the US offering their services to Inagua and Bahamas Methodist Habitat even though they know the conditions or location aren’t favorable? It must only be the Lord that we are doing this work.” See what impact they are having…
Bahamas Habitat relief efforts recognized and reported by SunSentinel.com Volunteers help Bahamas isle rebuild after Hurricane Ike
Check out this video news story featuring Bahamas Habitat…
Meet Mr. Alfred “My Frienda” Bain….he is 89 years young, traveled all over the states with “rich white” families as their butler, has one of the strongest handshakes I have ever felt, is very concerned about the US economy and the Hurricane victims of the US, especially Texas. He is also very excited and thankful for his brand new roof that he says, “will last for 1,000 years!”
Please DONATE NOW To help continue the Relief Efforts in the Caribbean Thank you for all your support! To all of you that have prayed for us, sent in-kind donations and donated much needed funds…Thank you! We are really making progress and with more hands we could make an even greater impact. As you can [...]
Volunteers needed now! Please give your time and financial support! KP and Cheesy at Mrs. Seymour’s…sawing like they did back in the day before electricity. Cheesy work’n hard! He is a local fella that has jumped right in with us! KP and his favorite recycled roof boot. KP, Andre, Vince and Cheesy. Vince is representing [...]
We have had an exciting, semi-frustrating and productive weekend here in Nassau. The Haiti food and clothing drive went extremely well!!!! Our trip to Turks and Caicos (TCI) is set and ready to go for Thursday and Friday. …and donations keep rolling in! If you have not yet given, please click here and [...]
The damage reports are in from the hurricane…now we need your help. Abe provides this update on response efforts for the southern Bahamas area and beyond and asks for each of us to help directly, with our prayers and our financial support. Teams are being organized now and we need your help.
Abe McIntyre travels to Ragged Island and Inagua to provide an eyewitness report and hurricane damage assessment. The needs are great and you are requested to help by flying down to support, providing in-kind donations and your financial support.
The Southern Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos hit hard by Hurricane Ike.