The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands has announced the availability of funding to support studies and activities that address environmental concerns that transcend the boundaries of a single island or island state in the insular Caribbean.
The ADA Anniversary Committee will be celebrating the landmark civil rights legislation in a series of virtual events open to the public during July.
This installation of Rotarian Vernice Gumbs as president signifies the commitment and dedication of Rotarians throughout the world who have found ways to continue “Service Above Self.”
As the territory begins to reopen and other social services become available, MBW will be bringing its Meals on Wheels program to an end on Thursday, July 2, to return to its standard operations.
Funding is intended to address critical one-time needs associated with programs, projects and initiatives serving children and youth (ages birth through 24) in the territory.
The 66th annual St. John Celebration, which was set for June 3 to July 4, has been canceled, but organizers have announced a “pop-up” virtual festival that will run from June 27 to July 4.
The Humane Society of St. Thomas has announced that Amanda Phillips Kennedy has joined its organization as director of operations.
The coalition surveyed food producers in the U.S.V.I. to better understand the impact the pandemic was having on production capacity, market interruption, critical service gaps and the overall well-being of farmers.
The 2020 Dorsey Award recipient is Casey N. Payton, who is the supervising attorney for Legal Services of the Virgin Islands Inc.
In the absence of a humanities council in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands applied for and was awarded NEH funding that CFVI will subaward to eligible entities through the territory to support humanities programming and activities.