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Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco, Bahamas

Marsh Harbor, Bahamas

Our partner pastors in Marsh Harbour are passionate about seeing their communities restored. Whether it be homes, churches, businesses or schools, they are actively working to provide physical help to people whose livelihoods were impacted by Hurricane Dorian. Through physical labor, donation distribution and various community outreach programs they are coming alongside and supporting those directly affected by the destruction. They also desire to meet the spiritual needs of those whom they serve. With most schools shut down, churches in the area are seeking to engage local children and youth in meaningful ways.

the Bahamas Hope Initiatives

Our HOPE initiatives are programs and projects undertaken by our local partners with the aim of inspiring HOPE in the people they serve. Bold Hope comes alongside the long-term vision of these faithful men and women to provide financial assistance as well as support in the form of short-term mission teams.

Children's Ministry
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Children

Children's Ministry

Although some schools have reopened, they have done so on the most basic level. As such, children and youth have a lot more time on their hands. We are excited about the ways in which we can engage them with programs, sports camps, or other events, with the aim of pointing them to Jesus. 

Learn more about our Children's Ministry Hope Initiative

Church Partnerships
Bold Hope Church Partnerships
Church

Church Partnerships

Churches are looking for ways to involve their communities both in relief efforts and spiritual development. Our partners are committed to this effort in the long-term and our teams have the opportunity to join in the short-term.

Learn more about our Church Partnerships Hope Initiative

Community Development
Bold Hope Community Development
Development

Community Development

Our goal is to come alongside communities who have been deeply impacted by the hurricane. In the Bahamas, community development may look like helping rebuild schools or businesses, distributing food as needed or anything that would be for the greater good of the community.

Learn more about our Community Development Hope Initiative

Disaster Relief
Bold Hope Disaster Relief
Disaster

Disaster Relief

Many homes, churches and businesses were completely destroyed by Hurricane Dorian. There have been significant funds and donations sent to help, but there is a huge need for labor. Many of the skilled laborers on the island are being paid to work for the wealthy, who’ve been deemed first priority, leaving the average Bahamian without help. We will be stepping into the gap to assist with both cleanup, restoration, organization and distribution of supplies - no skills are required. 


Learn more about our Disaster Relief Hope Initiative