Daily Update: Thursday, October 10th, 2019

  • We fulfilled 9 orders today from 7 churches and 2 community groups
  • The total families serviced was 209, with 725 people, over 150 children and 64 babies
  • Churches serviced were Living Water, Freedom International, Kingdom Worship, Emmanuel Baptist, Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist, Healing and Transformation Church of God, and St. Cleveland.
  • Communities serviced were; High Rock, East End, Freeport, Eight Mile Rock, Pinder’s Point, and Hudson Estates
  • 6 tarps and 1 bed were given to Living Water and Kingdom Worship Ministries.
  • The Port Group and Pastor Henry delivered boxes of food and hygiene supplies to 60 families in West End.
  • We delivered a pallet of over 1000 lbs of lentils to the World Kitchen for use in their daily meals.
  • We distributed 105 cases of regular water and 120 cases of coconut water.

Daily Update: Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

  • We fulfilled 3 orders from 3 churches, Ebenezer Baptist, The King is Coming and Latter Day
  • We shipped out goods for 52 families, 164 people and 18 babies
  • Areas serviced were Freeport and Sweeting’s Cay
  • In addition to food and hygiene supplies, Sweeting’s Cay picked up 3 tarps and 2 tents, and Latter Day picked up 4 tarps
  • A church group from Puerto Rico visited the warehouse late in the day to do a live feed for their ministry about the container they donated. Unfortunately the container they sent has not cleared customs yet and they are leaving the island tomorrow. They did the PR feed anyway and got a tour of the operation and spent some time with the volunteers
  • We distributed roughly 25 cases of water

Daily Update: Monday, October 7th, 2019

  • 4 containers received with canned goods, diapers, hygiene items, clothes, tents, and water.
  • We fulfilled 3 orders for churches and 1 order for private delivery to Hudson Estates.
  • Churches serviced were; Grace Bible Fellowship, Living Water Assembly of God and Outreach Ministry, all in Freeport.
  • Total families serviced through churches were 139, with 420 people and 32 babies.
  • Coral Vita volunteers delivered items to 6 families in Hudson Estates.
  • We delivered a box truck full of used clothing to churches for distribution.
  • We delivered a pallet of medical supplies to the Rand Memorial Hospital.
  • New Horizons picked up a wheel chair.
  • Roughly 70 cases of water were distributed.

Weekly Update: September 30th – October 4th

  • We fulfilled 39 orders today for 31 churches and 5 community groups.
  • Total families serviced were 1,399, with 4,380 people, 264 children and 190 babies.
  • Churches serviced were Central Church of God, Faith Church of Nazarene, Mt Olive Baptist, Church of Christ Apostolic, Mt. Calvary Baptist, Royal Ambassador, Candlestick, Hawksbill Church of God, St. Peter’s Baptist, Miracle Revival, Voice of Deliverance, Cross Reach Ministries, Faith Temple, Word of Life, Freeport Seventh Day Adventist, Eternal Light, House of Hope, Church of God Prophecy, Central Zion, Sister Mary Magdalene, Eagles Nest, Greater Faith from Within, First Apostolic, King’s Addition, Shekinah Christian, Solid Rock Church, First Holiness, The Just Shall Live, New Mt. Olive, Emmanuel Baptist, Living Water, Final Hour Apostolic, New Emmanuel Baptist, and Good Shepherd.
  • Communities distributed to; West End, Freeport, Holmes Rock, Seagrape, Queen’s Cove, Hawksbill, Heritage, Back of Town, Regency, North Bahamia, Arden Forest, Hudson Estates, Eight Mile Rock, East End, Sweeting’s Cay, Pineridge, Hunters, Pioneers Loop, High Rock, Mcleans Town, Pinder’s Point, just over the bridge, and many others.
  • We gave out 75 air beds, 626 cases of regular water, 310 cases of coconut water, 15 tarps, diapers, infant supplies, and food for 60 families, hygiene items.
  • The Grand Lucayan was given items for 125 of their employees who needed assistance.
  • The GBPA Group delivered a pallet of hygiene wipes to an elderly group, along with a delivery to Heritage Park that included a pallet of regular water, a pallet of coconut water, and various food items.
  • Coral Vita volunteers delivered 2 generators to East End, and picked up 2 more generators, and food and hygiene supplies for 10 families delivered to Sweetings Cay..
  • Additional generators have been distributed this week as follows; 4 generators were delivered to Hawksbill, and 2 generators were installed in Eight Mile Rock.
  • Coral Vita volunteers delivered 2 generators, food and water to 10 families with 35 elderly people, 12 children and 8 babies in Hudson Estates.
  • Walter Parker School picked up goods for 55 families.


Daily Update: Friday, October 4th, 2019

  • We serviced 3 churches: Final Hour Apostolic, New Emanuel Baptist and Good Shepherd.
  • Communities served were: Freeport, High Rock, Mcleans Town, and Pinder’s Point.
  • Total families serviced was 138, with 441 people and 42 babies.
  • The Port group delivered 30 boxes of food and hygiene items to 30 families but I do not know what community they serviced.

Daily Update: Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

  • We fulfilled 14 orders for 11 churches and 3 community groups.
  • Through church groups, we serviced 320 families with 1021 people and 61 babies. Many more families were serviced in the field and through other groups as noted below.
  • Churches serviced were; Eagles Nest, Greater Faith from Within, First Apostolistic, King’s Addition. Shekinah Christian, Solid Rock Church, First Holiness, The Just Shall Live, New Mt. Olive, Emanuel Baptist and Living Water.
  • Communities serviced through ministries; Freeport, Hunters, Eight Mile Rock, Pioneer Loop, High Rock and just over the bridge.
  • The GBPA volunteer groups delivered goods into the communities of Regency, North Bahamia, Arden Forest and Hudson Estates to over 100 families combined.
  • One GBPA volunteer group delivered 50 boxes of essential food, hygiene, coconut water and bleach to Arden Forest Residents.
  • Another GBPA group delivered food and hygiene products to the Regency area and other areas of North Bahamia
  • Coral Vita volunteers delivered 2 generators, food and water to  10 families with 35 elderly people, 12 children and 8 babies in Hudson Estates.
  • Grand Lucayan picked up cleaning Supplies for 5 of their employee families.
  • Walter Parker School picked up goods for 55 families.
  • The Just Shall Live Ministry assisted with delivering 20 cases of coconut water to residents in Pioneer Loop.
  • King’s Addition Church assisted with delivering a pallet of medical supplies to the Rand Hospital.
  • 6 air beds were given out to Eagles Nest Disciple Center (2) Freeport, Living Water Assembly (2) over the bridge and Shaun Graham (2) for Hudson Estates.
  • Roughly 200 cases of coconut water were distributed and 150 cases of regular water.

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