The Family Resource Center asks people to do what they can to support the organization as it responds to the increased reports of violence, assault and child abuse in the territory.
Alpine Securities USVI has pledged to match all donations made to My Brother's Workshop’s Spread Hope fundraising campaign, up to $50,000, which began March 25 and will end on April 21.
For over 60 years, the Humane Society of St. Thomas has sheltered and cared for thousands of animals. In times of uncertainty, its mission is to provide the same level of service to the community.
As the beaches won’t have their usual complement of staff, the Authority advises individuals they will be swimming at their own risk until further notice.
My Brother’s Workshop has partnered with local government agencies, businesses and other nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide meals and supplies to seniors, homeless, displaced school children, those with compromised immune systems and families with medical or special needs.
The Family Resource Center informs the public it has decided to cancel all April events that require groups to congregate. Rather, FRC encourages everyone to support its Denim Day Campaign for 2020.
Caribbean Centers for Boys & Girls VI has decided in an abundance of caution, to cancel the pre/after-school programming until further notice.
The Community and Police Association (CAPA) has reached out to local businesses, clergy and the community to participate in the relief effort.
To maximize its ability to save lives, the Humane Society is urgently asking for help from the St. Thomas community in a number of ways.
Among other changes, Legal Services of the V.I. has temporarily suspended walk-ins and in-person interviews through April 14.