The Lucayan National Park: The Park of the People
The Lucayan National Park
The park of the people.
You can give the people of Grand Bahama a path to rebuild their lives.
Will you give $50 to restore one plank in the Gold Rock Beach boardwalk at the Lucayan National Park?
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As Rudy said in the video, many in the Grand Bahama community depend on the environment to make a living. Ecotourism is vital to the island’s economy. The popularity of the Lucayan National Park and Gold Rock Beach makes it an anchor for that economy.
Taxi Drivers who take people to the Lucayan National Park from Freeport, only need one fare per day to make a reasonable amount of money to survive.
Rebuilding the boardwalk so that visitors can access Gold Rock Beach is vital to tourism on the island. If tourism does well, it lifts the island’s economy and gives people more money to put in their pockets. The people in Grand Bahama need this money now, more than ever, to rebuild their lives.
We need 500 planks to restore access to Gold Rock Beach. This holiday season, will you give $50 to replace one plank?
If you make a gift of $500 or more, we will engrave your name on a plank to recognize the gift you made to help people benefit from Gold Rock Beach again.
Please give today.
All donations are eligible for a U.S. 501(c)3 tax credit.
For more information, call (242) 393-1317 or email us at email@example.com.
If you would prefer to donate by phone, please contact our Development office at (242) 393-1317 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make cheques payable to Bahamas National Trust
For U.S. Tax credit, please make cheques payable to “The Bahamas National Trust Fund”, and send it to:
Bahamas National Trust
P.O. Box N-4105
If you have additional questions, please contact us at:
The Bahamas National Trust
Bay Street Business Centre
P. O. Box N-4105
Phone: (242) 393-1317
Fax: (242) 393-4978