A group of thirty-five (35) dedicated young men and women from the Bahamas National Youth Guard spent their weekend contributing to a significant community service project at the Red Cross Headquarters on John F. Kennedy Drive on February 24, 2024.

As part of their commitment to community well-being during their training, the participants actively participated in impactful tasks. They carefully organized a container, distinguishing between usable and unusable supplies. The items deemed unusable were disposed of responsibly, while the usable supplies underwent meticulous repackaging and relocation to a new container for future utilization. Furthermore, certain members of the Youth Guard took on the responsibility of clearing debris, notably enhancing the overall workspace.

This collective effort not only provided practical support to the Red Cross but also instilled a sense of duty, teamwork, and community service in the young participants. Initiatives like these play a crucial role in shaping the next generation of Bahamians, fostering a conscious awareness of their responsibility to both their community and country.

The RBDF consistently embodies values of service and community engagement through various outreach initiatives and projects. This initiative stands as a testament to the Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s (RBDF) steadfast commitment to cultivating a spirit of responsible corporate citizenship under the leadership of Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King.

Photographer/Writer: Marine Seaman Rickey Sealey

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