DOH presented preventative and safety supplies on behalf of The Anderson Stewart Foundation to Clema Lewis, of the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, and Malik Stradiron, of Ten Thousand Helpers Inc.
Eligible individuals and organizations include those with a primary mission to promote and provide connections through creative expression.
United Way has started its first program oriented around COVID-19 relief to get personal protection equipment kits to front-line workers and the most vulnerable residents in the territory.
The online tool allows parents to create a profile and complete the applications of family and children of Head Start into the program’s database.
Since launching its “Meals on Wheels'' initiative on Monday, March 23, My Brother’s Workshop (MBW) has prepared and distributed over 15,000 meals to those...
Commissioner Jean-Pierre Oriol has announced that the VI Council on the Arts (VICA) has received $200,100 in emergency funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands will receive $242,200 to provide emergency funding to USVI museums, libraries, archives, historic sites and other nonprofits impacted by the pandemic.
The “No V.I. Child Goes Hungry” feeding initiative, which distributes breakfast and lunch to V.I. students each weekday during school closures due to COVID-19, will expand distribution to three additional sites on St. Croix, beginning May 4 and May 6.
Thanks to a generous, anonymous donor, Patient Assist VI safely delivered care packages full of food, beverages, basic hygiene products (toilet paper, soap, wipes) and cleaning supplies to the porches of patients who needed them most.
On March 25, Alpine Securities USVI pledged to match all donations made to My Brother's Workshop’s Spread Hope fundraising campaign (up to $50,000) and by April 13, My Brother’s Workshop supporters answered the call of that match by raising $50,000.