作为巴哈马最大的雇主之一，Baha Mar 致力于岛上社区的发展。Since launching in 2017, we’ve continued to support a wide array of environmental, health-related and youth educational organizations throughout the Bahamas.
Baha Mar 度假村基金会建立在“社区”、“文化”和“环保”三大支柱之上，体现了酒店对于为巴哈马构筑美好未来的坚定承诺。我们的目标是通过志愿服务和捐款，支持可持续环保工作、弘扬巴哈马的多元文化传统和艺术表现形式，并通过改善教育来增强社区实力。Make A Donation
We supported communities impacted by Hurricane Irma (2017) and Hurricane Dorian (2019), and will continue to assist in recovery efforts from disasters.
Through conservation initiatives and programs, our goal is to bring awareness to challenges impacting the environment.
The youth are the future. We will continue to provide progress and growth opportunities for the youth in our community.
We ensure to promote the unique attributes of The Bahamas through initiatives which provide opportunities for the local art and music community.
We will continue to support local organizations that assist in the advancement of the Bahamian community.
After consistently demonstrating our commitment to sustainable management, Baha Mar has been awarded with Certification for Sustainable Tourism by Nature Economy and People Connected (NEPCon)*, as well as the authority to display the coveted Rain Forest Alliance mark. The Rainforest Alliance Verified™ mark encourages the responsible use of natural resources and promotes a healthy market system that values sustainable production, sourcing, and equitable trade.
Businesses that display the Rainforest Alliance Verified (RAV) mark are taking measurable steps to reduce their impacts on the planet and local communities. Recipients are certified by the Rainforest Alliance to our rigorous tourism standards, recognized by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).
*The NEPCon Sustainable Tourism Certification, an international non-profit organization, recognizes the efforts of companies within the hospitality industry committed to responsible practices in the tourism sector. The certification services are designed around principles of sustainable development; address key environmental, social, cultural, and economic issues; and are based on improved and innovative standards, recognized by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council and third-party audit systems.