SAVE THE DATE! March 30th SJCF Annual Dinner Meeting at Fishtrap!

Introducing the St. John Business Alliance goals for priority community-vitilization projects! We have the Non-Profits mobilized...now its time for businesses to get to business as a collaborative force for St. John!!

 Register NOW on SJCF's ANGEL Network and see how specific community needs and offers of fullfillment are coming together!

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

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16 Mar 2015 15:41
Cruz Bay Land Use - Improvements & Revitalization! Please join us at the VI Legislature Building in Cruz Bay on Monday March 23rd at 6pm... http://thestjohnfoundation.org/forum/environment-animal-welfare/50-cruz-bay-land-use-improvements-revitalization copy this link and send it to everyone you know...
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15 Jan 2015 15:24
The future of Guy Benjamin School in Coral Bay? I am hoping with the new administration, this might be brought back to the table. Coral Bay needs a school!

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

The Rotary Club of St John was chartered May 21, 1999 and has grown to a rather steady 25-30 member club. We meet every Wednesday at noon for lunch and fellowship at the Ocean Grill Restaurant in Mongoose Junction. There, in the lovely open air setting, we add a...
The Friends of Virgin Islands National Park is dedicated to the protection and preservation of the natural and cultural resources of Virgin Islands National Park and promotes the responsible enjoyment of this unique national treasure. The Friends has more than 3,000 members from the Virgin Islands, all...
We have a responsibility to our community and to the environment that we all share to ensure that our behavior and actions continue to have a positive impact. We strive to be proactive, responsive, and collaborative as we focus on: ยท Reducing waste...
Category: Youth Development
Sisterhood Agenda is an award-winning nonprofit organization founded in 1994 by Angela D. Coleman. Sisterhood Agenda creates and implements activities for women and girls with special emphasis on females of African descent, a unique population with special needs. Sisterhood Agenda promotes empowerment through: ...
The Animal Care Center (ACC) of St. John is located in Cruz Bay, near the library. The ACC addresses the problems of cruelty to, neglect and abuse of the island animals. The shelter provides kennels for homeless dogs and inside cages for a limited number of homeless cats. The...
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