Jamaica-St James-Montego Bay-Kent Avenue
Uplifting, engaging and empowering through community programs
Kingston-St Andrew-Jamaica-38 South Camp Road, Kingston 4
It is a high school for students with intellectual disabilities/challenges; catering for students age 12 to 21, and over 21 to 25 for our extension unit which will provide support in occupation & life skills. Our school environment is a C...
Spanish Town-St. Catherine-Jamaica-Ellerslie Pen, Spanish Town, Jamaica
Food For The Poor (FFP)-Jamaica is the largest charity organization in Jamaica. Food For The Poor Inc., located in Florida, USA, is the largest international relief and development organization in the United States. It is an interdenominational Chris...
Kingston-St Andrew-Jamaica-Usain Bolt
The Usain Bolt Foundation is dedicated to the legacy for happy children; to enhance the character of children through educational and cultural development, as they live their dreams.
Kingston-St Andrew-Jamaica-1 Devon Road, Kingston 10
Shaggy was introduced to the Bustamante Hospital for Children whilst visiting a friend’s son who had been admitted there. He was so moved by what he witnessed, that he vowed to do whatever he could to make things better there for our nation&rsq...
Kingston-St Andrew-Jamaica-14 Ocean Blvd, Kingston,
At the Digicel Foundation we aim to invest in sustainable development programmes for the sole purpose of building stronger more resilient communities in the countries where we operate.
Kingston-St Andrew-Jamaica-6 St Lucia Ave
The Spanish-Jamaican Foundation is a non-profit organization whose fundamental objective is to foster partnerships between both countries through projects and initiatives of educational, cultural and social character.
New-York-USA-1697 Broadway, New York,
The American Friends of Jamaica is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting Jamaican charitable organizations and social initiatives working to improve the lives of Jamaicans through systemic development in the areas of educat...
Jamaica-St. Andrew-Kingston -Cassia Park Road
Deaf Can! Coffee exists to affirm young people in their identity as a Deaf person and as someone made in the image of God. Success is defined as young men and women accepting themselves, believing in their inherent gifts and talents, taking responsib...
Jamaica-&-USA-Mustard Seed Communities USA 29 Janes Avenue Medfield,
Mustard Seed Communities began in 1978 in the impoverished community of Mona Common on the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica, as a home for a handful of abandoned and disabled children. Today we serve over 600 children, young adults, and families who be...
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