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!

st john hurricane recovery

Successfully carrying out its mission to provide services and support programs that positively engage people, build resources and strengthen the St. John community since 1989.

 

Uniting disaster recovery resources with community needs to ensure that even the most vulnerable community members recover from the recent hurricanes while establishing systems for resiliency and preparedness for all-hazard events.

 

Board Members: Alecia Wells, Harry Daniel, Leslie Smith, Rob Crane, Lonnie Willis, Ian Samuel, Ronnie Jones, Bobbi Stalbaumer, Suki Burkhalter, Sabrina Castle

Board Members: Ian Samuel, Abigail Hendricks, Steve DeBlasio, Irvin Mason, Ernest Mathias, Cid Hamling, Leona Smith, Maggie Day, Dan Boyd, Tom Secunda

 
 In response to Hurricane Irma please consider a tax-deductible donation to the St. John Community Foundation
and the stjAngels  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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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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16 Dec 2016 00:32
The future of Guy Benjamin School in Coral Bay? There was no mention of the date of Grace's post but the mention of utilizing the GBS facility for early childhood education is of interest to me- does anyone know the current status of what Donna Frett-Gregory mentioned in this paragraph? “A primary...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

CBCC is dedicated to: 1) assisting people in getting involved in planning the future of Coral Bay; 2) providing educational materials, professional opinions, and community input on all sides of issues; and 3) facilitating meetings where issues can be respectfully and rationally discussed. ...
The St. John Arts Festival is a celebration of the art and culture of our island heritage. For over 15 years, the week-long event has featured traditional dance, arts, crafts, and music.Highlights include the youth steel pan band, school choirs, gospel concerts, Quadrille and Bamboula dancers, moko jumbies,...
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) was established in 1990 with a $540,000 endowment. CFVI is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community leaders interested in the welfare of the Virgin Islands and managed by a professional staff. Today, CFVI manages more than 100 named...
OLMC Kallaloo Kitchen serves meals to the homeless and less fortunate at noon Mondays and Fridays in the church's Guadalupe Hall.
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