Treasure Cay Community
Treasure Cay Community is made up of representatives from the Treasure Cay Property Owners Association (TCPOA), the Treasure Cay Community Foundation (TCCF), and homeowners in the Abacos who have been working together to coordinate private rescue, relief, and recovery efforts since Hurricane Dorian struck on September 1st, 2019. Their initial role was to provide verified, accurate, and timely information on the rescue and recovery efforts occurring in Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas. They have been instrumental in the rebuilding process, providing food and water and supplies and helping to restore homes and businesses.
Treasure Cay Property Owners Association
Home Owners Association
TCPOA is a volunteer run organization which represents the homeowners of Treasure Cay and is our “collective voice” in working with the Bahamian government as well with local government and local police.The Treasure Cay Property owners Association is currently under a reorganization process.
Treasure Cay Limited
Treasure Cay Resort
The original Treasure Cay Hotel was built in 1962. The resort included several restaurants, a marina, tennis courts, golf course, and more. The resort was destroyed by Hurricane Dorian and is in the rebuilding process. Most of the buildings have been demolished and plans to rebuild are in progress.
Treasure Cay Community Foundation
The Treasure Cay Community Center through the services of the Foundation raises funds annually to maintain the Community Center building. The center houses the library and community hall. The Foundation encourages philanthropy in the Treasure Cay area by providing donors with efficient and productive ways to support their preferred causes.
Grass Roots Organization
A private, grass roots, direct impact relief movement to restore the lives and culture of Bahamians and Haitians in Northern Abaco affected by Hurricane Dorian.