Charities and Projects

Learn about the current non-profits promoting BVI hurricane relief and community resilience which Sailors for Hope supports through its fundraising initiatives:

K1 Britannia Foundation
Established in 2014, the K1 Britannia Foundation focuses extensively on a variety of charitable projects in St Maarten. Our projects over the last few years have been focused on rehabilitating troubled youth and children who are victims of abuse through a variety of programs, with a special focus on the maritime industry. After hurricane Irma ...
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Family Support Network
Family Support Network provides direct services to primary victims of domestic violence and their families. Our Mission is to strengthen individuals, couples and families through education that leads to prevention of domestic abuse, support to those in crisis, and provide rehabilitation through counseling and networking to those who desire change. Our Vision is to reduce and ...
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Adopt A Roof
Hurricanes Irma and Maria destroyed or severely damaged 90% of all homes in the British Virgin Islands and left tens of thousands of people without adequate shelter. That's over 4,500 homes! Many have been forced to evacuate as their houses are no longer habitable. Having a roof over your head is one of the most ...
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Youth Sailing in the BVI
“The Royal BVI Yacht Club is seeking your support as we work towards rebuilding the youth sailing programme in the BVI.  Our goal is, by being able to offer our normal youth sailing activities, to help provide the vital physical, mental and emotional support that our island family needs to recover.  The paths of Hurricanes ...
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Project Promise
Project Promise’s programs are all about opening doors for our at-risk youth in St. Croix, in order to uplift, educate and empower them. Our holistic approach provides many opportunities for positive change, while our nurturing environment provides a safe place in which youth can get the tools and support they need to live healthier, happier and ...
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