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    12.5% of the population in The Bahamas
    lives in poverty conditions.
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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.

The Feeding Network

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

CIBC First Caribbean makes donation to support Bahamas Feeding Network

THE Bahamas Feeding Network (BFN) has remained at the forefront of the hunger fight while also battling a dramatic decrease in donations. Last month alone, BFN provided over 6,000 meals to families across the country.

QC Pharmacy Fun Run

Quality Care Pharmacy is holding a Fun Run Walk to the benefit of Bahamas Feeding Network. is holding a Fun Run Walk to the benefit of Bahamas Feeding Network.

Nicolette Fountain Archer Named Bahamas Feeding Network Executive Director

Less than two years after she joined as the much-needed administrative support for one of the nation’s most inspiring volunteer-based non-profits, Nicolette Fountain Archer has been named the new executive director of the Bahamas Feeding Network. She replaces Fr. James Palacious.

Bahamas Feeding Network donations at an all-time low

Bahamas Feeding Network says they are struggling with donations as the need for support continues. 

A 40% donation decrease is impacting the Bahamas Feeding network as officials say they are not able to help as many individuals as they used to. 


You can donate food, vouchers and cash.


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