Rebuilding Lives
in Abaco
to Restore Treasure Cay Let's Work Together Bringing Hope to
The Treasure Cay Community

Abaco Strong is proud to partner with Treasure Cay Community to provide disaster relief for the many families that were devastated when Hurricane Dorian struck in September 2019. We are committed to continuing this work and to rebuilding sustainable businesses and communities in Treasure Cay and the surrounding areas. Our team consists of leaders in the community, homeowners, and volunteers, working together to coordinate relief, and recovery efforts in Northern Abaco.


We would like to express our gratitude to everyone that has supported our mission in 2020 to help rebuild communities in Northern Abaco. We would especially like to thank:

Lillie Renee Foundation
The Treasure Cay Community Foundation
Matthew and Brooke Barzun
Bahamas Rotary Club
Abaco Machinery
Island Air
Bahamas Ferries
Abaco Freight
Behr Paint
Louis Herrera – Meristem Packaging Company
City Furniture
Chris Bajsa – CMTG Properties
Pine Woods Nursery
Felicia Russell – Exclusive Touch Agency
Bridget Chase and Ivanisha Russell – Bahamas Customs Dept.
Our generous Christmas Cookie and Cupcake Bakers – Fiona Bootle, Donna Hudson, Rhonda Lowe, Stacy Lowe, Terry Rolle, Andrea Albury, Asharie Demeritte, Darlene Sawyer, Una Curry, Patricia Albury, Antoine Dames

A special thank you also goes out to:

The Honorable Darren Henfield, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Consul General Linda Mackey
Stephanie Hield, Chairman of the Treasure Cay Township
Our amazing volunteers, who are too numerous to mention.

We invite you to take a look back at the tribulations and triumphs of an extraordinary and extremely challenging year.

We are looking forward to great things to come in 2021 for Treasure Cay and Northern Abaco!

To enable the rebuilding of sustainable businesses and communities in Abaco.

Prosperous, sustainable, and environmentally responsible communities.

  • Sustainability –  Enabling businesses and families to thrive in the long term with minimum negative impact to the environment
  • Balance  – Immediate impact and long term improvements
  • Empowerment – Empowering individuals to take charge of their own future
  • 100% transparency – At all levels of organization
  • Apolitical – We do not align with any political parties in the US or The Bahamas.
  • Equality – We do not discriminate based on age, color, race, religious affiliation, sexual preference, or gender.

Current Projects


Laptops for SC Bootle High School

SC Bootle High School is in need of
Goal: unlimited
Raised: $0

Paint The Town Treasure Cay

Paint The Town is Sponsored by Behr Paint
Goal: unlimited
Raised: $0

Rebuilding Communities in Abaco

Thank you for helping us to rebuild communities
Goal: $9,000.00
Raised: $8,757.00

Hurricane Dorian is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the history of The Bahamas

With sustained winds of 185 mph, Dorian was the strongest hurricane on record to strike the Bahamas since records began in 1851. Weather Underground Meteorologist Jeff Masters said that “portions of Dorian’s eyewall lashed Great Abaco and Grand Bahama islands with Category 5 winds for a total of 22 hours before the great hurricane finally weakened to Category 4 strength. In records going back over a century, there are no cases where an Atlantic Category 5 hurricane has impacted a land area for as long as Dorian battered the Bahamas.”

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