Louis Bacon’s Moore Bahamas Foundation donates $250,000 for Hurricane Relief

Louis Bacon’s Moore Bahamas Foundation has announced a $250,000 donation toward the relief efforts and rebuilding needed after Hurricane Joaquin.

“The Bahamas are like a second home to me and my family,” said Louis Bacon. “We were saddened to learn of the devastation caused by Hurricane Joaquin in the southern islands. Having spent a great deal of time in these beautiful islands sailing, fishing and diving, my heart goes out to those families who live and labor in the Bahamas more remote islands, close to nature but most vulnerable. We pray that necessary aid gets to these islanders quickly and helps them in building back their lives, homes and communities.”

The Moore Bahamas Foundation, the Bahamas affiliate of The Moore Charitable Foundation founded by Louis Bacon in 1992, seeks to promote environmental education in the diverse ecosystems of The Bahamas. It aims to improve and preserve Bahamian land and water along with its inhabitants. The foundation is particularly focused on maintaining sustainable conch fishery and the Nassau Grouper.


Dr. Myles Munroe: Teacher, Author, Inspiration


Dr Myles Munroe is survived by his two children, his son Myles “Chairo” Jr Munroe and his daughter, Charisa Munroe.

Born and raised in New Providence in 1954, he received a degree in fine arts, education and theology from Oral Robert University in 1978, a Master’s degree in administration from the University of Tulsa in 1980 and has been awarded numerous honorary doctoral degrees.

He has also served as an adjunct professor of the Graduate School of Theology at Oral Roberts University.

According to his biography on Bahamas Faith Ministries (BFM), he served as a business consultant to governments, Fortune 500 companies and corporations where he addressed critical issues “affecting every aspect of human development”.

In 1998, he became the Bahamas’ youngest ever recipient of the Queen’s Birthday Honours of the Order of The British Empire (OBE) Award which he received from Queen Elizabeth of England.

He was the author or co-author of more than 100 books, study guides and audio tapes and has contributed to various Bible editions, journals, magazines and newsletters.

Dr Munroe frequently appeared at Christian events before mass audiences where he emphasised the Kingdom of God and his belief that the whole Bible revolved around that kingdom. He appeared alongside some of the most prominent preachers in the evangelical community, including Bishop TD Jakes, Bishop Eddie Long and Pastor Benny Hinn.