The St. John Community Foundation is committed to collaboratively identifying and addressing community needs to enhance St. John; A True Paradise in which to live, work and visit!

 
 In response to Hurricane Irma please consider a tax-deductible donation to the St. John Community Foundation
or The Red Cross or one of the island's many deserving nonproft organizations
Check them out on our Angel Network for  more details...Or write in the memo line of your donation if you would like your support to be directed toward a specific organization or purpose and we will make that happen!

 

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looking4Joel1's Avatar
06 Oct 2017 14:46
Looking for friend Joel Jackson *St. John USVI I have been looking for my friend Joel Jackson he lives on St. John I can't get through on his phone and I have been checking the Red Cross web site www.safeandwell.com. Does anyone have any suggestions on somewhere else I can look? gracetheresa@att.net Thank...
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22 Sep 2017 08:01
Alternating dumbbell curls bad? Hi there, Is alternating the hands as I curl bad? I can get 35lbs for hand doing the alternating curls, but when I do BB curls for the same reps I can only get 65-70lbs on the bar. Is this odd or can I get more with the DB because it’s...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling
Category: Youth Development
Through a curriculum of private lessons, group classes, in-school curriculum, and multi-cultural and educational programs, it is our goal to help each student reach his/her artistic potential in a supportive and nurturing environment, extending services to various populations, including special needs and underserved and at-risk youth. For...
IGLA is an organization dedicated to the preservation, conservation and awareness of environmentally responsible living practices on the United States Virgin Islands. We are trying to establish recycling and composting, a sustainable curriculum within the department of education, engage the community with events, and more. There are so many...
Category: Youth Development
“KATS”, KIDS AND THE SEA St. John, is a non profit marine organization which promotes kids safely having fun on the water, through an educational program taught by volunteers. By doing so it brings together the Virgin Islands’ greatest human resource - its youth - and its...
 
Category: Youth Development
Junior Achievement Americas started in 1975 and has grown to over 964,024 students in over 8,000 schools in Canada, Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean. This success is a direct result of strategic partnerships with more than 1,044 private sector companies who have dedicated 36,019 volunteers to share their...
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