By Sharell Lockhart, Freeport News Reporter
Three weeks after Hurricane Matthew unleashed its fury on Grand Bahama leaving many families displaced and without any recourse, several civic, corporate and political organizations have partnered to lend a helping hand to Freeport Gardens Apartment Complex residents as well as the disenfranchised throughout the Garden Villas community.
Desperately, fighting to push through the ordeal and live in the complex that is in a state of complete disrepair, parents are forced to venture out into the city with their little ones in search of essentials like water, as the infrastructure at Freeport Gardens in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew has not allowed for the supply to be reconnected there.
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