A tradition of care
building community, enhancing equality, helping people since 1970
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
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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.
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- Scholarship applications now being acceptedThe Grenadines Initiative scholarship program was created to help students access academic programs in SVG and beyond. We’ve long offered in-country scholarships to offset expenses (transit, supplies) associated with access to public secondary school programs. Selection criteria include exam results and personal aspirations, and awards are decided by a group of local stakeholders, those who know the contextContinue reading “Scholarship applications now being accepted”
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