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An Evening at the Races: A Charity Fundraiser for the Cancer Society of The Bahamas

Saturday 30th March 2019  6:00 PM

On Saturday, March 30th, The Cancer Society of The Bahamas will be benefitted by a charity fundraiser event entitled “An Evening at the Races” at Old Fort Bay Club, Nassau. The dress code will be smart attire with hats or fascinators. Cocktails begin at 6pm and the Races start at 7pm. Tickets are $150.

There will be 8 races in total and 10 horses running in each race.

There are two spons...


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December 24, 2014
Former social services minister urges donations to charity

After The Bahamas Red Cross and The Salvation Army said they saw a dramatic decrease in donations this holiday season, Long Island MP Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday urged Bahamians to consider helping these organizations.
"Quite often, even a small donation of money, food or other goods can make all the difference, especially if as many of us as possible give a little more in order to help indivi...

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September 01, 2011
Charity in talks with officials over alleged 'stolen' relief supplies

By NOELLE NICHOLAS

Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

A LOCAL charity that claims the government "stole" its relief supplies says it has entered into talks with officials to resolve the matter.

Darren Adler, director of the Humanitarian Operation foundation (HOPE Foundation), said he is "very confused" about the actions of government officials in relation to his organisation.

"W...

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August 31, 2011
Hurricane charity aircraft detained

By NOELLE NICOLLS

Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

POLICE detained the aircraft of a local charity with "questions" about its operations, The Tribune can confirm.

The Humanitarian Operation Foundation (HOPE Foundation) was allegedly flying its helicopters "too low" and landing on "unauthorised locations," according to government officials.

HOPE Foundation used two helicopters ...

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When it comes to charity, it's all business
September 02, 2011
When it comes to charity, it's all business

Andrea Sweeting's life has one central focus. As a breast cancer survivor, she is also the President of the Breast Cancer Support Group, helping other women cope with both the disease and its painful treatment.

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Wine, Cheese and Food Sampling Charity Event

Friday 7th April 2017  5:30 PM

Support R.E.A.C.H. Bahamas and those affected by Autism by joining us at the Solomon's Fresh Market Wine, Cheese & Food Sampling Charity Event, Friday, April 7, 2017.

Venue: Solomon's Fresh Market, Old Fort Bay

Time: 5:30-7:30pm

Donation: $15 per person


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September 09, 2015
Popeyes Bahamas Bowl to invest more in charities

While many are looking forward to the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl game this Christmas Eve, one of the highlights for organizers is the charity event associated with the bowl to give back to less fortunate children in The Bahamas.

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Bahamas Urban Youth Development Center Presents Men Who Cook 2013 - Charity Event
Bahamas Urban Youth Development Center Presents "Men Who Cook 2013 - Charity Event"

Saturday 31st August 2013  12:00 PM

Dozens of men from around The Bahamas will battle for the title of "Master Chef"

$500 Cash + CashPrizes

Cost: $20 for Adults, $10 for Kids 12 and Under

All you can eat!

To order tickets, call 242-356-0672


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7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Friday 23rd June 2017  8:30 AM

Join us for the Bahamas Children Emergency Hostel 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Friday, June 23, 2017, at the Lyford Cay Golf Club.

Registration @ 8:30am | Shot gun start @ 9am

To donate and/or register contact Ingrid Black or Sidney Strachan at 242-698-5404 or 242-432-7106.


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April 27, 2016
Scotiabank: Gold Sponsor of the 30th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Scotiabank continues to be committed to helping young people in the community become better off.

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