December 23, 2010
THE commitment of more than 400 persons on Grand Bahama and abroad has resulted in a surprise $1,000 Christmas present for the cash-strapped Grand Bahama Humane Society (GBHS).
Just two weeks after the group made public its desperate need for cash after a cutback by a major sponsor left a $150,000 hole it its annual income, came the news this week that they had won a grant from the US-based Greater Good Network.
"It would not have happened without the diligence of 438 supporters who each day for over a month made sure they logged on and voted in an internet competition run by the network's affiliated website the animalrescuesite.com. "Their doggedness ensured that the Freeport-based non- ...
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News date : 12/23/2010 Category : Tribune Stories