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Bahama Bungalow Project

With the new Hurricane season upon us the Bahamian people need our help more than ever. Most of the residents who were displaced are now on neighboring islands, living in dome cities. They cannot get to their home sites to rebuild. Our Self Sustainable Bungalows are built on a homeowners existing land so they have the opportunity to go back and rebuild. All of the materials can be dismantled and reused.
  

https://projectbahamastrong.com/bungalow-project  

If there is any interest in talking further about any way we could collaborate, you can reach me, day or night, via email or directly at 561-294-1452 or just stop by our page a drop us a donation. Every little bit helps. 

https://projectbahamastrong.com/donate  

We are a small fish in the non-profit pond, but we are making a mighty impact. We have a very small overhead as all of our warehouse space, man power and goods are being donated at this point. We are selling merch online, t-shirts, and face shield, with more items coming, 100% of the sales going Bahamian Relief. Because we have founders who have lived on the island and have relationships with the locals we are able to work directly with the locals in need. If you have purchased a shirt or apparel from us please post and tag us on Social Media. #projectbahamastrong 

100% OF YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS GO TO BUILDING SELF SUSTAINABLE MINI HOMES SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR POST DISASTER TEMPORARY ECONOMICAL LIVING QUARTERS FOR THE VICTIMS OF HURRICANE DORIAN IN THE BAHAMAS

Thank you for your consideration, have a wonderful evening and I hope to hear from you!

From all of us at Project Bahama Strong 
https://projectbahamastrong.com/  
We are a 501.c3 organization, your contribution is tax deductible. 


ABOUT PROJECT BAHAMA STRONG: 
Our founders have traveled throughout the islands for years, adopting the infectious heart of the Bahamian culture. The day Hurricane Dorian touched down in Marsh Harbour these local Floridians jumped into action, pulling resources from every corner of their circle of friends, we were one of the first boats to cross with supplies. Raising so much that we were able to gain legitimate 501c3 recognition in two short weeks. All the while bringing donated goods directly to the Bahamian people by air and sea.   

 

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