The workshop is being offered on two consecutive Saturdays at 9 a.m. or two consecutive Sundays at 8 a.m.
All three events are virtual on Zoom, and they require registration. Read about them here and use the links provided to register. They are scheduled for March 6. 13 and 27.
ThomasGriffith is the Foundation’s first female chair and replaces George H.T. Dudley, who has been on the board since 2009.
Grant funds will be used to support ongoing hurricane recovery, revitalization and building forward efforts to enhance the wellbeing of residents and ecosystems across the territory.
The Liberty Foundation’s donation will help CFVI to work on its Learning Loss Summer Program, arts and culture projects, mangrove restoration efforts, rapid response support and local foster homes.
Staff at 12 Miles Up will choose the best five student entries per week to receive $100 gift cards for groceries at Cost U Less.
The Coral Bay Community Council begins a new project to recognize a part of local history important to many Coral Bay residents by documenting the significance of St. John’s “one room” schoolhouses from the 1860s to the 1940s.
To encourage and support USVI community volunteer service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) joined groups around the United States in participating in the 2021 National Day of Service on Jan. 18.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, with a membership that includes 33 of the region’s national hotel and tourism associations, expressed its appreciation and concerns in a letter to President Joseph Biden and U.S. government officials last week.
Commissioner Jean-Pierre L. Oriol reveals renovation and modernization plans for the territorial library system.