THE BAHAMAS STILL NEEDS OUR HELP
WHO WE ARE
BRC is a Florida not-for-profit corporation born from a grassroots movement after Hurricane Dorian that provides critical aid to the Bahamas in areas with extreme devastation. Volunteers from Subculture Group, TITOU Hospitality Group, the Downtown West Palm Beach Hospitality Association, the Everglades Trust and others have come together to form a 100% Volunteer - Zero Administrative Overhead approach to reach areas and meet needs few other organizations are meeting.
Join our list to stay in touch
with us as we work to help the
people of the Bahamas.
what we're doing
We have hundreds of tons of necessary supplies that we will deliver from the mainland.
We are enlisting medical professionals from all areas of specialty to provide necessary medical attention.
We are enlisting licensed and professional specialty personnel to assist in rebuilding.
We have a network of 1,900 skilled volunteers
to assist in all areas
of relief efforts.
WHAT WE'VE ACCOMPLISHED so far
40+ medical professionals on each mission who provided urgent medical assistance to those most in need, treating wounds, dehydration, infections, PTSD and diverse trauma, even delivering a baby
In the process of setting up a permanent clinic in Freeport with out patient services and prosthetic lab
Initiated the rebuilding process and met construction needs for 34 family homes, The Grand Bahama Humane Society and The Grand Bahama Children's Home
Peace River K9 Search & Rescue located/inventoried deceased victims to prevent the spread of post-disaster diseases.
Provided major equipment and training to the Grand Bahama Fire Station.
Delivered close to 1 million pounds of supplies including generators, hygiene kits, canned foods, baby supplies, and much more
Organized the first community events since the storm for thousands of local residents, including 2 Nights of BBQ, Music, Movies and Dancing in Independence Park and 1 Beach BBQ at Pirate's Cove in Taino Beach.
Developed relationships with local authorities and organizations such as the Royal Bahamas Police Force, Ministry of Tourism, Transportation Authority, Customs, NEMA, World Central Kitchen, BASRA and other local volunteer groups.
Completed the restoration of our first small business, EJ's Seafood in McLean's Town, and hopefully with your help undertaking many more
from the ground
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS AND SPONSORS