In what history may view as the precursor to a Bahamian United Way, 13 organisations who feed the hungry have come together to create The National Feeding Network.
There are many people in our lives who go unrecognized for all that they have done and continue to do to make life better for others.
Due to shocking opposition from the Veterinary Medical Association of The Bahamas (VMAB), Operation Potcake has been cancelled.
The Salvation Army’s huge red brass kettles and the ever familiar sound of bells being rung by a smiling and cheerful volunteer is a familiar sight during the Christmas season…
Almost 100 people and their dogs took part in Baark’s fourth annual ‘Strut Your Mutt Walk-A-Thon’.
Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) recently selected Palm Cay to become the first outpost established on the southeastern part of New Providence.
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.
After great success in Nassau, the organizers of the 242 Colour Run have now committed to hosting the event in Freeport and Abaco in December.
Today, the Bahamas continues to lose too many of the men to drugs, gangs, and violence. Many persons may believe that all Bahamian men are on a downward spiral of recklessness and lawlessness.