We are so grateful for the outpouring of support during the last few days in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Those of you who have given monetarily or donated goods and supplies for the relief efforts have answered the call and for that I thank you.
To date, we have raised a total of $23,326 through your donations. We are asking for your continued support in the efforts to assist the many individuals and families that have been negatively impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you who have sent us prayers, messages, and donations in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
The response has been truly heartwarming and we know that your kindness will go a long way in helping to begin the process of restoring and rebuilding those communities that we have lost.
As you may know, Hurricane Dorian recently passed through The Bahamas leaving destruction and devastation never seen before by our country. Two of our major islands, The Abacos and Grand Bahama have experienced major flooding and complete loss of homes and other personal possessions. Many of the residents have had to flee their homes to find shelter.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation is 100% committed to providing ongoing support to the place we call home, The Islands of The Bahamas.
This past weekend, The Myles & Ruth Munroe hosted our annual back to school backpack giveback. It was a fun-filled day that allowed our youth to relax, kick off their shoes and have a little fun before gearing up for the 2019/2020 school season.
This year the foundation provided backpacks and school supplies for a select group of kids. The groups included Second Chance organization, The Simpson Penn Boys II Men, P31 Group of Bahamas Faith Ministries and the
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation visited the kids of the Bahamas Children Emergency Hostel once again to bring some smiles and laughter there way during this holiday season; oh, and did we mention gifts as well! The foundation provided the kids with their wish-list of gifts and partnered with Limeade Bahamas and Looney Toons
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation hosted its annual Back-to-School event on Saturday September 1st at 11:00am–3:00pm on the Bahamas Faith Ministries grounds on Carmichael Road. The annual event seeks to ensure that students returning to school are equipped with the basic tools needed to excel.
“Last year was our foundation’s first back-to-school event and we did it in the Baintown community which was the community my father grew up in here in Nassau. This year I thought it would be fitting to host the event in the
The Myles and Ruth Munroe Foundation alongside Explore Africa Tour donated backpacks and school supplies and also gave a monetary donation to two of the local elementary schools in Johannesburg, South Africa. Thanks to
The Myles and Ruth Munroe Foundation has partnered with the WeLife Foundation in an effort to provide four hundred kids with backpacks filled with school supplies and snacks. The event was held on Christie Park in Nassau,
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation brought smiles to 31 little faces during the Christmas season when the foundation returned to The Bahamas Emergency Children’s Hostel for a second year to spread a little holiday cheer and goodwill.
“It feels so good to be back here and interacting with the children and staff for a second year. In life if you are blessed, you have a responsibility to give back, and that is what we are doing today, just giving back by giving gifts to the kids and having breakfast with them, said Myles Munroe Jr. “I’m especially excited to catch up with some of the
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation alongside Explore Africa Tour visited two primary schools in Johannesburg, South Africa and donated $2500 to each of the schools in the form of building supplies, much needed school shoes for the kids and a monetary donation.The two primary schools the team visited were the Magagula Primary School and the Buhle Park Primary School. The team spent some time painting an exterior fence of one of the schools and also dancing, playing and taking lots
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation and The Student Leadership Department of University of The Bahamas have partnered together and are committed to hosting the Myles Munroe Leadership Lecture on an annual basis.
The purpose of The Myles Munroe Leadership Lecture Series is to make an investment into the University of The Bahamas’ future student leaders in honor of the legacy of Dr. Myles Munroe as we have identified a need to expose budding students to national and global leadership principles, concepts and best practices.
Due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew on the islands of Grand Bahama, Andros & New Providence, the second annual Munroe Legacy Gala has been postponed.
The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation acknowledges that Hurricane Matthew’s impact on the country has resulted in catastrophic damages and devastating losses, and as a result, we are in a state of restoration and rebuilding and
The Myles and Ruth Munroe Foundation held their first Christmas Holiday Giveback with the children of the Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel. Myles Jr. and Charisa along with a few volunteers catered a breakfast of Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs and Bacon and after eating with the kids gave out Christmas gifts to everyone.
Myles Jr. & Charisa Munroe, the children of the late Dr. Myles & Ruth Munroe officially launched The Myles & Ruth Munroe Foundation at the first annual Munroe Legacy Gala; a black tie fundraising event in benefit of the foundation.
The Gala fell exactly one year from the day Myles Jr. made his first public statement since the passing of his parents on November 9, 2014. On November 12, 2014 Myles Jr. reminded the world that the tragedy did not mark the end of a vision or a purpose but marked the new beginning of an era for him and his sister. Fast forward 365 days and the Munroe siblings have turned what some may view as an unbearable loss into a motivated vision of legacy, strength and leadership.