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CBL & Partners “Lend A Hand” to Hands for Hunger

Several organizations partnering with Cable Bahamas Group of Companies to raise awareness and financial assistance for Hands for Hunger.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Several organizations partnering with Cable Bahamas Group of Companies to raise awareness and financial assistance for Hands for Hunger.

Those companies coming together Thursday morning, pledging their commitment to the organization.



CBL is lending “Helping Hands” to Hands for Hunger as it works to feed families nutritious meals across The Bahamas. CBL President and CEO, Franklyn Butler says he, along with employees, will be volunteering at the food pantry, in addition to other meaningful investments.

CEO at Aliv, John Gomez, echoing the importance of community involvement.

Hands for Hunger Executive Director Keisha Ellis, expressing her gratitude to the partners for their continued support which helps to make a difference in the lives of thousands of families.

She says every year, a survey is conducted to assess the level of food insecurity in the country. If you are interested in making a difference and donating to Hands for Hunger, visit togetherbahamas.com.

Chief Aliv Innovator, Gravette Brown says by becoming a registered user, you can be eligible to win a number of prizes.

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