We hope this newsletter finds everyone well in these uncertain times. We have been moving forward with plans for our banquet in October. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. We will keep you updated over the next few months.
Please pray for the people on Green Turtle Cay. They have been hit pretty hard over the last year. Just as they were starting to recover from Hurricane Dorian, along came this virus and everything has stopped on the island. They are now facing hurricane season again. Our plans are to get over there as soon as possible. Please continue to pray for us and the residents of Green Turtle Cay.
We have been busy here locally as well. We have been able to help out some with rent expenses as well as add to our monthly donations!
If you or anyone you know would like to be invited to Anchored Support Foundation’s annual fundraising banquet (and weren’t last year) please let us know. If you would like to donate an item or excursion to be auctioned off, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Thank you all for the continued support!
We hope that everyone has continued to do well amidst the uncertainty that we all have been faced with over the past several weeks!
Anchored Support Foundation held a board of directors meeting last week to discuss upcoming projects and ideas. Unfortunatley, most everything is at a stand still until COVID-19 passes and normal operations can resume. We very much look forward to getting back to work and sharing the projects with you all!
Also, If you or anyone you know would like to be invited to Anchored Support Foundation’s annual fundraising banquet (and weren’t last year) please let us know. If you would like to donate an item or excursion to be auctioned off, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you all for the continued support!
First of all, we hope and pray that everyone is doing well dealing with the circumstances of the Corona Virus and that each of you are staying safe and healthy! We had originally planned on sending a group of people to the Bahamas this May to help rebuild a local’s home. Due to the virus, our travel plans are on hold for the time being but we can’t wait to make it back there as soon as possible.
Currently, Henderson Hope is there getting the project started and when our group eventually does arrive, they are going to be working on getting the house “dried in”. This includes a roof, trusses, siding, rough plumbing, electric, AC and windows! We want to say thank you to Henderson for being there now and to our group in the future for being a part of a project that will change a family’s life!
As we mentioned last month, we are in the early stages of planning for the second annual Anchored Support Foundation banquet. If you or anyone you know would like to be invited this year (and weren’t last year) please let us know. Also, if you would like to donate an item or excursion to be auctioned off, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Thank you all for the continued support!
2020 has been off to a great start. We have still been working in the Bahama’s on rebuilding a church and one of the local’s homes. We are hoping to get back over there soon. Weather is not cooperating for a boat trip. We will keep everyone updated as those projects continue to progress!
We are also in the early stages of gearing up for the SECOND annual Anchored Support Foundation fundraising banquet! It is hard to believe it has been almost four months since the 2019 banquet. In hopes of making this year’s banquet a success, we are already in discussion of what we hope to achieve and how we can go about achieving it. That being said- we are starting to put out feelers for silent auction items. If you or anyone you know would like to donate an item or excursion to be auctioned off, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thank you all for the continued support. We hope you all are having a great start to 2020.
Happy New Year! We hope that all of you had a great Christmas and a very happy new year. Aside from the Christmas presents for the kids, we were also able to deliver a very special gift to someone in the Bahama’s… her daughter!
A local Bahamian’s daughter has been in the United States since the storm passed in September. It’s hard to imagine the excitement and joy they must have felt after being separated for so long. We feel so blessed to have been a part of their reunion.
We are also in the final stages of getting everything together to help rebuild a local church! This has been such an exciting project to work on and we are looking forward to the locals being able to have a place of community and worship once again. We have also started working on rebuilding one of the locals homes. Seeing construction & rebuilding on the island gives everyone hope that Green Turtle can be restored! We want to thank all of you so much for your continued support. We are looking forward to all that this year will have in store!
This month, our efforts were still focused in the Bahama’s but in a slightly different capacity. With Christmas rapidly approaching, we wanted to find a way to ensure the children on the island had a joyful Christmas. Many of their most cherished toys were broken or damaged during the hurricane. We worked with the Green Turtle Cay Foundation to gather a list of names and wish lists for the kids. We were able to fulfill the Christmas wish of each child! We want to thank everyone who donated for this project. Aside from the children, the people of the Bahama’s are still facing daily challenges. Buddy and Connie have become close with one couple in particular that has some special medical needs and not having a stable place to live has caused them a lot of grief. Anchored support was able to purchase an RV for the couple to live in so they could have a stable home. The RV is leaving on a barge for the Bahama’s in the next couple of days and we are so excited for them to receive it.
October has been a very busy month for Anchored Support! We hosted our first annual fundraising banquet at the beginning of the month. The evening was a huge success and we cannot thank everyone enough for the support. This month, we have continued to focus our efforts on aiding restoration in the Bahamas. While the process is slow, there is progress being made on the Island! We have been able to send a lot of every day supplies down as well as some building supplies and heavy machinery. We are looking forward to continuing to be a part of the cleanup & restoration of Green Turtle Cay.
Currently, our hearts are in the Bahamas. Particularly, Green Turtle Cay. We have spent time there over the years and just love the little island. We have delivered some supplies by plane and we are now working on getting heavy equipment and building materials over on barges. Our efforts are focused on clean-up and rebuilding the island. We cannot help the entire Bahamas but we can impact the 300 families on Green Turtle Cay.
We were able to help a family purchase a vehicle. Their old one had a blown motor and they were struggling with just one vehicle. They had 3 kids and both had jobs. It was a great blessing to be able to help them.
We have had a very busy first year. We have been able to join forces with a great friend of ours, Matt Manzari. He visited Rwanda with World Vision this summer learning about the well drilling project. We offered our support as well and made a large contribution to this project.