Support the Island you love – Elbow Cay! Restore Hope Foundation has been busy since it was established in late 2019. At the very beginning, we assisted with massive clearance of debris left in the wake of the hurricane and re-powering Elbow Cay. We then rebuilt the island clinic, the public restrooms and library. We funded and oversaw removal of 25 abandoned boats fouling our creeks and mangroves and removed some on land or in trees. We re-landscaped blighted
areas and supported myriad initiatives including the Museum, Community Centre, School and Lighthouse restoration programs. We continue to support the return of small businesses, debris clearance, replanting, and further community building projects. We have zero administrative overhead – no consultants or advisers. We have an island wide agenda to restore and improve. Every dollar is put to use on restoration. We have charitable status – gifting is tax efficient.
Formerly head of the English law practice at Skadden Arps from its inception in 1994, until retirement from the practice of law in December 2017, now assisting directors, family offices and companies navigating governance and the challenge of non ordinary course events. Michael spent his childhood in the Bahamas and has known Hope Town since 1967. He is busy building a home on the island with friends.
Rutledge Bradford Rutledge M. Bradford is the founder and President of Bradford Cederberg, PA. She is a native Floridian, born and raised in Orlando, Florida. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the College of Charleston in 1988 and her Juris Doctorate degree from Emory Law School in 1991. While at Emory, she was a member of the Moot Court Society and represented Emory in Moot Court competitions. Rutledge is a homeowner on Elbow Cay.
Owner The Boatyard Boatyard Bar & Grill Annapolis, MD with a 30 year investment career with Alex. Brown & Sons, BT Alex Brown, and Deutsche Bank where he was head of Investment Banking. Dick is a homeowner in Hope Town.
Patti has been a long term resident and local realtor. Her home and that of her son were both destroyed in Dorian and she has lived first hand the challenge to restore.