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OEF thanks supporters, volunteers who responded to Eleuthera tour bus accident

The following is a statement from the One Eleuthera Foundation.

The response from the local emergency personnel was outstanding and must be recognized. One Eleuthera Foundation would like to thank the supporters and volunteers of the South Eleuthera Emergency Partners (SEEP) and the Health Association of Central Eleuthera (HACE) for the great support shown during a recent bus tour accident in South Eleuthera.

Let us continue to keep those who volunteer with SEEP and HACE in our thoughts and prayers, especially the ambulance and fire truck drivers.

An emergency is a serious, unexpected and often dangerous situation requiring immediate action. Thankfully, Eleutherans have organizations such as SEEP and HACE that you can depend on to respond to such situations.

Both organizations are highly dependent upon volunteers and donations in order to remain operational, providing emergency services throughout the island. We encourage you, the general public to support SEEP and HACE, through volunteering and or donating.

For more information on how you can volunteer and donate please contact Kenwood Cartwright (SEEP) at 242-470-8202 and Jason Thompson (HACE) at 242-332-3178/ 242-359-7586.

One Eleuthera Foundation (OEF) is a non-profit development organization incorporated in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. It was founded to identify, invest in and strengthen unique, high-quality projects that improve Eleuthera’s communities and further the economic, environmental and social development of the island. OEF invests in organizations that focus on one or more of our five programmatic areas – health and wellness, economic development, environment, culture and heritage, and education. One Eleuthera Foundation represents professionals and organizations that share a commitment to a future built on the responsible development of our island’s many assets and its people.

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