As the Bahamas moves beyond the 90-day mark since Hurricane Dorian, the long-term challenges of the recovery are proving to be quite sobering:
Despite our own limitations and challenges, One Eleuthera Foundation is seeking to answer the call. We are resettling evacuees. We are training students in the skills needed to rebuild. We are investing in new economic ventures. We are providing counseling to troubled souls. We are working to coordinate volunteers from the US and other countries who want to assist.
During this holiday season, I hope that you will keep the people of the Bahamas in your prayers, and I hope that you will consider making a gift to One Eleuthera to assist us with our efforts. No gift is too small.
Rev. Lane Glaze
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One Eleuthera Foundation of the U.S.
c/o Lane Glaze
6 Carolina Lane
Beaufort SC 29907
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ONE ELEUTHERA FOUNDATION OF THE U.S.
One Eleuthera Foundation of the U.S. (OEF-US) was created in 2016 with the goal of supporting the ongoing efforts of our sister entity, One Eleuthera Foundation (OEF), a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in the Bahamas, and its Partners. OEF, founded in 2012, is one of the premier NGOs founded and administered by Bahamians.
Corrine Abraham – Atlanta, GA
Rob Baird – Springfield, MO
Sameer Bhatti – Newtown, PA
Lynn Dobson – Seneca, SC
Marjie Findlay – Boston, MA
Lane Glaze – Beaufort, SC (President/Chair)
Jeff Gowdy – Nashville, TN
Kim Williams-Pulfer – Indianapolis, IN
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OEF-US’s FOUR-FOLD MISSION
|1.||Interpret the work of OEF in the U.S. and beyond|
|2.||Develop US-based funding support for OEF projects in the areas of (1) Cultural Heritage and Preservation, (2) Economic Development, (3) Education, (4) Environmental Sustainability and (5) Health and Wellness|
|3.||Strengthen relationships with U.S. – based partners (individual, institutional, corporate, etc.)|
|4.||Provide insights on development/philanthropic strategies to our Bahamian partners|