Our Partners

Nassau Bahamas

The Bahamas National Trust was created by an Act of Parliament in 1959. The efforts of two groups of conservationists brought about the drafting and passing of the Act. Both groups in different arenas had been rallying for the conservation of natural resources in The Bahamas.

Nassau Bahamas

BREEF was founded in 1993 by the late Sir Nicholas Nuttall to address growing concerns on the state of The Bahamas’ marine environment.  Almost single handedly, Sir Nicholas turned the organization into a leader in educating Bahamians about their marine resources.

Amherst Massachusetts United States

The UMass Amherst Center for Heritage and Society (CHS) is an interdisciplinary research center founded by Professor Elizabeth Chilton and Neil Silberman in the University’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. The goal of the CHS is to craft new approaches to heritage conservation and communication around the world.

Tarpum Bay South Eleuthera Bahamas

The Eleuthera Arts & Cultural Center (EACC) attracts and cultivates the visual and performing arts. It seeks to identify and document our tangible and intangible heritage. It welcomes local and off island, professional and amateur talent to interact with each other.

Nassau Bahamas

The Family Medicine Center specializes in caring for your physical, mental and emotional well-being. Imagine a family physician who knows you and your family and can help with just about any health concern that you may have. At Family Medicine Center we are dedicated to the health and well-being of you and your family.

Tarpum Bay South Eleuthera Bahamas

The concept for Island Journeys grew out of the need to offer individuals a more substantive opportunity to journey in their own personal development and to also serve others, and in so doing, to contribute to community transformation.

Palmetto Point Central Eleuthera Bahamas

Rotary’s main objective is service — in the community, in the workplace, and around the globe. The 1.2 million Rotarians who make up more than 34,000 Rotary clubs in nearly every country in the world share a dedication to the ideal of Service Above Self.

Tarpum Bay South Eleuthera Bahamas

South Eleuthera Emergency Partners (SEEP) began its mission to protect and serve South Eleuthera by raising funds to retrofit the volunteer ambulance used for medical transportation in the area. After focusing on the ambulance, SEEP was presented with an opportunity to expand to include fire protection services through the provision of a fire engine.

Palmetto Point Central Eleuthera Bahamas

The Eleuthera Branch of the Cancer Society was the first branch of the Society formed in 1985, the brain-child of Founding Member of the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Francise Christie, a cancer survivor who had retired to live on Windermere Island.

Rock Sound South Eleuthera Bahamas

The South Eleuthera Mission (SEM) is a non-profit company incorporated in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas on October 28th, 2008.

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Support Our Crowd Funding Campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness

Did you know that 23% of Bahamian women diagnosed with breast cancer have the BRCA1 gene mutation?

Senator Ranard Henfield Speaks on Behalf of CSOs

Today, June 26, 2017, Senator Ranard Henfield speaks about the concerns and suggestions of 15 Civil Society Organizations in The Bahamas in the House of Assembly. One of those organizations is One Eleuthera Foundation. We are grateful to Senator Henfield for giving us this opportunity. Please see the full script below of our concerns and suggestions as presented by Senator Henfield


Development, for the past 40 plus years in the Bahamas at best has followed a “one size fits all” strategy.  At worst, successive governments have held a “hold the centre policy”. Which means let’s take care of New Providence, Grand Bahama and then whatever is left we will distribute throughout the other islands. This is not a bad policy for an archipelagic nation with limited resources.

CTI Trainee Profile: Meet Deangelo Pratt

Twenty-eight year old Waterford, Eleuthera resident, Deangelo Pratt is no ordinary trainee. He hasn’t had the greatest start in life but was eager, yet humbled to tell us just how much his life changed since enrolling in the programs at the Centre for Training and Innovation (CTI) just over one year ago.

A Shared Vision

The Shared Vision for South Eleuthera, which was first commissioned by Friends of Lighthouse Point to develop a sustainable plan for Lighthouse Point and other special heritage and conservation sites on Eleuthera, inspired the formation of One Eleuthera.

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