Bahamas Methodist Habitat is invested in the development of the local community. In addition to coordinating home repair projects in settlements throughout Eleuthera, BMH strives to be actively involved in the communities it serves.
We work in partnership with the local primary and high schools, the Cancer Society, and churches on community projects. Volunteer teams also have the opportunity to participate in or lead these projects.
Some of our past and on-going community building initiatives are listed below. If you are interested in getting involved in any of these projects, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the global COVID-19 Pandemic began in 2020, our community efforts have assisted with food donations or vouchers, e-tablets for online school access and initiatives to address basic access to necessities through partner grants and individual donations. .
Even when we do receive grants, they often do not cover our basic administrative costs that it takes to support the direct outreach programs. Donations from churches and individuals fill that gap and keep the ministry happening!