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    1 in every 8 persons in The Bahamas – 12.8%
    lives in poverty with the official poverty level at $11.64 a day.

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    Bahamas Feeding Network's
    "Hunger Hurts"
    Charitable Auction

The Feeding Network

The Bahamas Feeding Network’s “Hunger Hurts” Charitable Auction now LIVE

To raise funds to assist the Bahamas Feeding Network in their ongoing effort to provide over 70,000 meals monthly to Bahamians and residents in need...because hunger hurts!

Thanks for supporting our cause. To make a difference, please bid on auction items, give a cash donation, or simply share this auction on your social media using the hashtag, #stophunger #teeofforhunger or share the link: https://auction.bahamaslocal.com

Baha​mas Feeding Network's Inaugural "Tee Off For Hunger" Golf Tournament

About Bahamas Feeding Network
In December 2013, and after decades of individually tackling the hunger crisis in The Bahamas, 13 organizations came together to form The Bahamas National Feeding Network (BNFN). The aim of the non-profit group is to perform as a hub for the collection and distribution of food items and financial and physical resources to the entities that interact daily with thousands throughout the archipelago plagued with the uncertainty of knowing where their next meal is coming from.

Latest News

Fidelity Bank tops list of major corporate sponsors supporting the Bahamas Feeding Network’s inaugural golf tournament

Beck Group, Royal Caribbean, Commonwealth Bank, Aventus Ventures, Four Seasons Ocean Club, Insurance Management and more join cause

Changing of the Guard at Bahamas Feeding Network

It’s not often you see six powerful men rally round the need to feed but it happened with smiles, friendship and frank discussions when Prime Minister Philip Davis met with leaders from the Bahamas Feeding Network (BFN) in the Office of the Prime Minister.

Bahamas Feeding Network receives donations from McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes and CFAL

The Bahamas Feeding Network received over $12,000 in donations from two corporate donations this week, funds that Executive Director Lester Ferguson said will be instrumental in helping the organization continue its efforts to provide meals to Bahamians. 

Bahamas Feeding Network Thanks Royal Caribbean for ‘Awesome’ Cruise

More than 100 men, women and children – the volunteers of Bahamas Feeding Network (BFN) and their families – today thanked Royal Caribbean International for what one called “an awesome cruise with memories that will last until eternity.”


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