Lend a Hand Bahamas receives an additional $50,000 donation from Kiril Sokoloff


Lend a Hand Bahamas, a Bahamian nonprofit organization, is pleased to announce an additional charitable contribution of $50,000 from Kiril Sokoloff of Lyford Cay who has worked closely with its POA to help the Bahamian people, which will be matched $1 for $1. This donation will help enhance vital food security in the Bahamas. Mr. Sokoloff made a previous $50,000 donation in June 2020 to help jumpstart food relief efforts with Lend a Hand Bahamas. He is now once again stepping up during this difficult time, and challenging others to join him.

I have a deep and continuing commitment to the Bahamas and have donated funds in various ways to help its people and its economy. Today, there is an urgent need to feed those Bahamians who have been hardest hit by the COVID pandemic and its resulting job losses. I am reaching out to others who will match my gift of $50,000 to Lend A Hand Bahamas – an organization now assisting over 30,000 individuals on a weekly basis with food assistance. As I see it, the New World Order requires cooperation and a recognition of community need rather than individual achievement. It harkens back to JFK’s inspiring inaugural address asking us to seek ways we can contribute to the public good. A direct and measurable way we can contribute to the community at this time is by feeding people who don’t have any other means. The indigence is real, the need is great, the contributions so appreciated by the destitute people receiving this nourishment.
Please join me – the time is now. – Kiril Sokoloff

“We have seen a huge increase in need across the areas we are serving in Nassau, so Kiril’s gift will go a long way in our effort to assist during this difficult time. Support from Kiril Sokoloff and other private individuals during this time is much-needed and appreciated,” said Lucas Metropulos, Founder and Board Chairman of Lend a Hand Bahamas.

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