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Halo Foundation General Fund

Her Excellency will play an important role by leading fundraising efforts for the team, which needs USD $150,000.00 in operational costs. Lady Williams will also be pivotal in the effort to raise funds for the team’s charity, Cottage of Hope, and will also host a fundraising event at Government House at a date in July to be announced.

Sunshine Home for Girls

The Salvation Army , founded in 1865, is an international religious and charitable movement organized and operated on a quasi-military pattern and is a branch of the Christian church.

Society of St.Vincent de Paul – Holy Family

Holy Family Conference of the Society of St Vincent de Paul

Boys’ Brigade

“The Advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among Boys and the promotion of habits of Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self-respect and all that tend towards a true Christian manliness”.

Victory Center

Since its inception in 2012, Victory Center has assisted in the education of over 40 special needs students. The disabilities range from Autism, Down Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHA), developmental delays along with various learning disabilities. Some of our students have remained with us working through our programs, while others were able to integrate […]

Team Antigua Island Girls

Team Antigua Island Girls is comprised of Elvira Bell, Christal Clashing, Samara Emmanuel, Kevinia Francis, and Junella King. Collectively, they are four athletes and a skipper. Team Antigua Island Girls have set their sights on being the top female contenders and among the top five overall. They are being put through their paces on the water by the tough taskmaster and coach Eli Fuller, and in the gym by personal trainer Kevinia.

Tostem Emancipation Stories

he African Slavery Memorial Society Inc. was founded in 2009 to research, document and preserve the history of our African forebears who were enslaved on these islands between 1653 and 1834.

Antigua and Barbuda China Friendship Association

Antigua & Barbuda China Friendship Association

Antigua Lions Club

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.

Women of Esteem

Women Of Esteem (Foundation) is a volunteer based foundation which has been in existence since late 2011. Over the last 2+ yrs, we have grown to be recognized for our unwavering dedication to serving the nation of Antigua & Barbuda through various initiatives. We remain dedicated to empowering abandoned, at risk women, teen girls ‘and the entire family unit.

St. John Hospice

St. John International is a worldwide organization based in London, UK, and that has branches around the world. In Antigua St. John focuses solely on our Hospice.

Kiwanis Club (Circle K)

Kiwanians are volunteers improving the world through service to children and communities. Kiwanis members help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick. They develop youth as leaders, build playgrounds, raise funds for pediatric research, and much more.

Antigua and Barbuda Horticulture Society

Raising Funds: to execute our long term goals and strategy: Our current funding are proceeds of our annual Flower Show, Tea Party, Memberships, Program fees, and Donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations and from Friends of the Society. A small grant, from GEF (SGP).

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

The Award was introduced to Antigua and Barbuda in the 1970s, but became dormant during the late 80s. In the 1990s it was resurrected by the Defence Force. The re-established National Award Authority became a member of the Association in 2000.

Friends of the Care Project

FRIENDS OF THE CARE PROJECT is an independent Non-Profit Organisation that was founded in order to help improve the facilities at The Care Project and provide specialist therapy for its residents. Our Patron is Her Excellency Lady Williams, wife of The Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda.

JCI Antigua

We develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to make informed decisions and take action. As globally minded young people, we all have rights, responsibilities and share goals. We find targeted solutions to local issues benefitting our communities, our world and our future. Embracing new ideas, collaboration and diversity, we have the passion and courage to address the critical challenges of our time.

Antigua and Barbuda Sickle Cell Association

Clients and their families will acquire skills that would assist them in taking good care of themselves, this will reduce the frequency of painful crisis, improve quality of life, access to special care and swift recovery from painful crisis

Antigua and Barbuda Red Cross

To work effectively with the Government in disaster preparedness and response; and in our National Society’s mandate, to help fulfill the unmet health needs of the most vulnerable in our communities.

Girl Guides Association of Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda has nine certified trainers. Training is organized by a Training Committee and includes a pre-scheduled system based on WAGGGS accredited Training Scheme. Residential training is usually on weekends. There is participation in sub-regional/regional trainings.

Ex-Servicemen’s Association

November 11th, is the date set aside to commemorate the war dead of the Commonwealth in general, and the Caribbean and Antigua and Barbuda in particular. Please buy a Poppy in support of those selfless, courageous and gallant men and women who have sacrificed and continue to do so for our freedom.

Antigua and Barbuda Branch of the Scouts Association

The Antigua and Barbuda Branch of The Scout Association is coeducational, with separate sections for boys and girls. Although Antigua and Barbuda is independent, Scouting is a section of the United Kingdom’s Scout Association. Scouting is active in most of Antigua and Barbuda’s villages, where Scouts learn the basic skills and practice them at an […]

Nolan Hue Foundation

Nolan Hue Foundation

Classic Singers (Antigua and Barbuda) Ltd.

Classic Singers (Antigua and Barbuda) Ltd.

The GARD Centre

The Gard Center Antigua VISION:  A SUSTAINABLE INSTITUTION THROUGH WHICH YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN ARE EMPOWERED TO IMPROVE THEIR LIVING STANDARDS     MISSION: TO PROVIDE TRAINING PROGRAMS THAT FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH LIFE SKILLS, AGRICULTURE, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES   GOALS:   1. To develop entrepreneurial and job readiness skills of men […]

Antigua and Barbuda Renal Society

Antigua & Barbuda Renal Society

Rotary Club of Antigua

Wish List Item Item Item SERVICE ABOVE SELF The Rotary Club of Antigua was chartered on September 10, 1972 and sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Kitts and Fred Lam. The club has about 43 members and is one of two Rotary Clubs in Antigua. Our service club draws its members from a wide […]

Team Kilimanjaro

 

Girls’ Brigade of Antigua and Barbuda

Girls’ Brigade of Antigua and Barbuda

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Antigua and Barbuda

The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Antigua and Barbuda Launched February 3rd, 2020, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Antigua and Barbuda (HSFAB) is a non-profit organization geared towards educating the populace about two of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in our nation: heart disease and stroke.  Under the theme ‘Mind Your Heart,’ […]

National Sailing Academy

  National Sailing Academy he National Sailing Academy offers the opportunity for Antiguan school children to learn sailing free of charge. In 2010 the Government of Antigua & Barbuda added sailing & swimming to the list of National Sports thus allowing these sports to be included in every school’s curriculum. To facilitate this the National […]

Antigua and Barbuda Youth Symphony Orchestra

The Antigua & Barbuda Youth Symphony Orchestra (ABYSO) is a symphony orchestra with members drawn from the talented youth pool across Antigua and Barbuda.

Sailability Antigua & Barbuda

‘Sailability offers the people of Antigua and Barbuda with disabilities the opportunity for social interaction and sailing.’ Objective: To offer the people of Antigua and Barbuda regardless of their age, mental or physical disability, a chance to enter a world filled with new sensory and physical experiences. A most relaxing and enjoyable experience that also offers […]

The Blue Dragon Fly Foundation (Autism)

  The Blue Dragonfly Foundation’s mission is to assist young people with autism and learning disabilities to acquire the necessary life and vocational skills to live and work as independently as possible and be the best they can be.  Working exclusively in Antigua and Barbuda, The Blue Dragonfly Foundation will fill a huge gap in […]