ADRA Bahamas 2022 Annual Report

Annual ADRA Bahamas Report produced for the local Seventh-Day Adventist Community, as is mandated by all entities of the Church to highlight the work that was completed and impact our organization has made to the local and international communities we are charged with serving.

Silvina's Story: Little is Much When God is in it"

Ms. Major, survivor of Hurricane Dorian, shares her story of tragedy, pain and hope in more than one way. While in the midst of her reflection, she still finds a way to provide encouragement to those who are engaged in assistance activities.

Love In Action: Saintil Family

ADRA Bahamas’ Hurricane Dorian Shell Home Construction Project is focused on the implementation of two activities—the construction of shell homes (or as we call it- “Love In Action”) and the Forest Heights Academy school rehabilitation in the education sector—to return affected students to school and families affected by Hurricane Dorian through the loss of their homes to a stable shelter environment, that meets hurricane standards and mitigates future harm and damage.

ADRA Bahamas 2021 Annual Report

A summation of work concluded in 2021 by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in The Bahamas. We invite you to take a visual peak of all that has been accomplished and welcome you to partner with us as we continue providing aid.

Food IS Life

What began as a post- Hurricane Dorian project in 2020 has lead to 500 food packages and hot breakfast meals for 1,200 students for 13 weeks all free of charge. 

With the onset of Covid-19, the closure of the country’s borders and loss of livelihoods, many within the community once again continued to feel hopeless. We are once again aiming to continue the production of food packages, because, FOOD IS LIFE. 

Please help us continue to support those families who need it most.

Love In Action

In 2019 a catastrophic and unprecedented hurricane trampled through the Northern Islands of The Bahamas, severely impacting Abaco and Grand Bahama.

3 years later and persons are still reeling mentally, physically, emotionally and financially. We’ve assisted with roof repair of schools and teachers’ home; we’ve constructed 25 homes in 2022 and are committed to providing 30 additional homes in 2023.

We have a list of over 100 families and we need your help them to regain a sense of normalcy.