At fifteen years old, Jada Charlton is carrying a full course load at The College of The Bahamas in pursuit of her goal of becoming a brain surgeon.
Children from the Urban Renewal inner city areas have received a donation of nearly 100 pairs of PUMA sports shoes – an early Christmas present…
Almost 100 people and their dogs took part in Baark’s fourth annual ‘Strut Your Mutt Walk-A-Thon’.
The Proprietor of Electro Telecom recently donated a total of $4,000 to assist underprivileged students in three Northwestern District schools in New Providence.
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) recently raised funds to assist the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group, a non-profit charitable group for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Breitling supported the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association and its “Evening of Elegance” (set for November 2) by donating a special Chronomat 44 Flying Fish timepiece.
Students, faculty and staff of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) threw their support behind the Sister Sister Breast Cancer Support Group and now they are supporting World War I and II veterans by purchasing poppies.
The U.S. Embassy’s International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) Office donated three computers valued at over $2,500 to The Bahamas Department of Customs on October 17.
The fight against cancer got another boost when the Moore Bahamas Foundation joined Ride for Hope as a Green Jersey sponsor, bringing additional energy and resources to the nation’s largest cancer initiatives’ fund-raiser.