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    1 in every 8 persons in The Bahamas – 12.8%
    lives in poverty with the official poverty level at $11.64 a day.

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    Our Vision:
    To provide an efficient means of transporting
    vital supplies to impoverished Bahamians.
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    Our Mission
    To provide a central hub for donations and assistance,
    maximizing resources in order to create a sustainable solution
    to poverty in the Bahamas.

The Feeding Network

In December 2013, and after decades of individually tackling the hunger crisis in The Bahamas, 13 organizations came together to form The Bahamas National Feeding Network (BNFN). The aim of the non-profit group is to perform as a hub for the collection and distribution of food items and financial and physical resources to the entities that interact daily with thousands throughout the archipelago plagued with the uncertainty of knowing where their next meal is coming from.

Latest News

Bahamas Feeding Network Volunteers Serving Up Hot Meals and Hope at 5 Nassau Shelters

Vowing “We will be there until the last person finds another place to call home,” Bahamas Feeding Network executive director Philip Smith said today that the feeding organization was now providing hot meals for five shelters in Nassau while continuing to work at Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s field kitchen in Grand Bahama.

Nearly 1,000-year Order Donates to Bahamas Feeding Network

Members of the Commandery of the West Indies Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller present a $10,000 donation the Bahamas Feeding Network (BFN) as part of events surrounding its recent Investiture held in The Bahamas. Pictured l-r: BFN Chairman Felix Stubbs, Commander of Grace, Chevalier Owen Bethel, CGSJ, Dame Alma Kingston, BFN Executive Director Philip Smith and Knight Harvey Kingston. (Photo by Cay Focus Photography for DPA.)

The Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller Cements Commitment to Community

Bahamas Feeding Network Hosts First Steak-Out

Bahamas Feeding Network to host Steak-Out Saturday, July 7 to assist in providing 3,000 meals on a weekly basis to those hungry among us. Volunteers of the Network are pictured distributing food to those in need.

2,000 Families to be Fed During 2nd Annual Feed 5,000 Campaign

Volunteers and directors of the Bahamas Feeding Network and staff members of AML Foods Ltd.  today gathered in the parking lot Solomon’s Yamacraw, where they packed and distributed more than 1,000 parcels filled with rice, chicken, ham, stuffing and vegetables donated during a month-long Feed 5,000 Families campaign spearheaded by AML Foods Ltd. to benefit nearly 60 feeding centres, churches and soup kitchens which make up the Bahamas Feeding Network in New Providence.


You can donate food, vouchers and cash.


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