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ALIV is proud to serve as this year’s Title Sponsor of the 8th Annual Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel Charity Golf Tournament. ALIV Events, Sponsorship and Community Manager Bianca Bethel-Sawyer said, “ Sponsoring an event such as this is just a continuation of ALIV’s commitment to supporting initiatives that promote giving back to the community and in this case specifically young persons in n...
The Casino division at Atlantis, Paradise Island recently presented a cheque donation to The Bahamas Crisis Center as part of the division’s “Change for Change” charity programme. The initiative gives casino patrons the option to donate their TITO slot tickets to a designated charity...
Fidelity Bank (Bahamas) Limited, via its Charity of the Quarter program, recently presented a donation to Trinity Methodist Church to assist with the organization's outreach programs. Trinity offers assistance to needy persons by offering clothing and groceries throughout the year as well as a hot [...]
Scotiabank remains committed to supporting the communities in which it operates. The bank is a platinum sponsor of the 15th Annual Errol Brown's Children in Need at Christmas Golf Tournament. "The Children in Need Charity continues to impact children living in The Bahamas in the [...]
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HANDS For Hunger is a local non-profit known for its food rescue and delivery. The organisation collects fresh and canned food items from businesses and restaurants around New Providence and delivers that food to various distribution agencies which t
Funeral service for Sharon Louise Smith Charity, 54 yrs., a resident of Joan's Height, South Beach, will be held at Evangelistic Centre Assembly of God, Vesey Street, on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Neil Hamilton, assisted by other Ministers [...]
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OUTSPOKEN self-styled activist Omar Archer Sr was yesterday convicted and sentenced to 21 days in prison by a Supreme Court judge for contemptuous remarks he previously made about the legal proceedings against former Cabinet minister Shane Gibson.How