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A tradition of care

building community, enhancing equality, helping people since 1970

About us

Our beliefs

We believe that by improving education outcomes, other social benefits will follow, including those related to population health and crime. The work begins with improving the foundation for education on the island, clarifying curricular outcomes, supporting literacy programs, and improving graduation rates. We also work hand-in-hand with existing programs, at the direction of local leaders, including school lunch programs, and in the procurement of medical supplies and equipment.

How you can help

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. To access our online donation form, click here.


You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Teach, mentor, help, and make positive change in the lives of children. To join our mailing list, click here.


We also do accept standard cash and check donations. Your gift will help equip schools with resources and training, and in offering the promise of a brighter future. For contact details, click here.


Recent posts

  • Kenshia is coming to Canada
    Inspired by the work of others, she’s decided to pay it forward. Kenshia Richards was born and raised in Bequia. Her mother runs a small ice cream shop in Port Elizabeth, and her father is a plumber, and, as she says, “an all-rounder on the island.” She attended Bequia Community High School, where she graduatedContinue reading “Kenshia is coming to Canada”
  • This is where dreams begin
    by Glen Herbert On the application for in-country scholarships this year we asked “What is your dream career?” Reading over those applications it’s delightful to see what young people in SVG are thinking of: “My dream is to become a pilot“ “I would love to work for a company that makes time saving and life enriching products thatContinue reading “This is where dreams begin”
  • Scholarships awarded
    If you’re in the mood for a bit of good news, this is it. While schools in SVG typically open in the first week of September, and some even earlier, that was delayed this year for the obvious reason of the lingering effects of the volcano and, to a lesser extent, the effects of theContinue reading “Scholarships awarded”