Generation Y

4 Times to Save 12 Lives – Our Challenge

How it works:

Individuals will make a pledge to do at least (4) four donations during the (12) twelve-month period of this challenge, starting from June 2020. The time of donation will be determined by the donor but not to be more frequent than (8) weeks between donations.

After making their first donation, donors are required to invite at least (4) of their friends to join the challenge.
Donors will be asked to share their photos and keep track of their donations.
On completion of their (4) four donations, the donors will be presented with a T-shirt to indicate their participation and achievement.
At the end of the initiative, all the donors that completed the challenge will be eligible to be entered into a grand prize draw.
This challenge will be undertaken in Antigua and Barbuda. All blood donations will be made at the Mount St. John Medical Centre.
The ‘4 Times to Save 12 Lives’ Challenge’ was launched on June 15th, 2020 in commemoration of World Blood Donor Day 2020 and will run until June 14th, 2021 under the theme, “Safe Blood Saves Lives”.

Halo donates fans to TN Kirnon School

The Halo Foundation Generation Y donated eight fans to the TN Kirnon Primary School on Wednesday this week. The organization’s Chief of Operations Micheal Joseph said, “I received a request one week ago about the unbearably hot and humid conditions at the school, which made it almost impossible for the students to learn. After discussions […]

Halo youth clean up project kicks off

The Halo Foundation’s Generation Y (youth team) commenced the first in a number of clean-up efforts in public areas on Saturday, October 3rd. The Crabbs Highway was the initial site which was given attention, and for several hours a group of young, committed volunteers cleared the locality of strewn debris. President of Halo Generation Y, Brent Scotland […]

World Blood Donor Day kicks off with youth challenge

The Halo Foundation Generation Y (Gen Y) has teamed up with the Mount St. John Medical Centre (MSJMC) to launch the “4 Times Saves 12 Lives” blood donation challenge, in support of World Blood Donor Day on June 14th. According to Michael Joseph, Chief Operations Officer of Gen Y, “The hospital is always in need […]

Michael Joseph named Chief of Operations for Halo Generation Y

  The youth arm of the Halo Foundation, Generation Y, has welcomed a new executive member.  Michael Joseph, Past President of the Antigua and Barbuda Red Cross, has joined the team as volunteer Chief of Operations. Joseph, who is a pharmacist by profession and a proud business owner, said “I admire the focus of Halo Generation […]

Educating Our Youth

Cuthbert Forbes Jr, PRO for The Halo Foundation and Halo Generation Y joined with members of The National Youth Parliament Association for which he is also the Chairman of The Legislative Committee, to Launch the Association’s Anti-Bullying Campaign. Mr Forbes and his colleagues spoke to students from grades 5 & 6 about the negative effects […]

Antigua Kilimanjaro Climber Returns Home

Antiguan Brent Scotland of the Halo Foundation returns home after a gruelling 6-day climb to the summit of the tallest free-standing mountain in the world — Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa.  Brent was greeted upon his arrival at the VC Bird International Airport by an eager welcoming party, including Their Excellencies Sir Rodney and Lady […]

Team Kilimanjaro successfully climbs to the top

The two-member team from the Halo Foundation has successfully climbed to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in north east Tanzania.  The mountain stands at 19,340 feet, and is fifteen times the height of Antigua’s Boggy Peak. Brent Scotland, President of Halo Generation Y, and Lynn Sutherby, Flight Service Manager of an international airline, conquered the […]

Humanitarian gets Halo award

At the JCI YEP (Youth Empowerment Program) Awards which took place on October 19th at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, the Sir Rodney and Lady Williams Youth Humanitarian Award was presented to JCI recipient Mikhail Simmons for kindness and dedicated service to the community. JCI Antigua and Barbuda is one of the 35 charities under […]

JCI receives Halo donation

In keeping with its commitment to assist in the development of youth in Antigua and Barbuda, the Halo Foundation donated $5000 to the JCI(Junior Chambers International). In a recent handover ceremony at Government House, President of Halo Generation Y, Brent Scotland presented the cheque to Shaenel Charles, Co-Chair of the JCI YEP Awards Committee and […]