The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands is awarding $31,500 in grants to support a variety of Science-Technology -Engineering-Mathematics programs and projects within V.I. public schools.
Project Promise, in conjunction with the National Park Service (NPS), was selected for a third time to receive a 2017 field trip grant from the National Park Foundation
The assessment will take place over the next six months and will include several best practice approaches to determine the health, education, human services, housing status and the needs of children and families in the territory during this post-hurricane period.
The funds have been used to provide food, water and other supplies to impacted communities.
Women Striving For Success Inc. inducted 12 new members at its induction ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the Keys in Port of Sale Mall.
Local Students Debate Politics, Meet Influential Leaders at Junior Statesmen of America’s D.C. Convention
The group spent five days in the nation’s capital, where they debated dozens of student-drafted bills during a mock legislative session, visited cultural landmarks and met with influential leaders.
The Montessori School invites the St. Croix community to join it March 7-11 in bringing children’s dreams to reality. Volunteers will help measure, cut, saw, sand and hammer to put the playground together.
In 2017, CFVI awarded more than $100,000 in scholarships to students in the St. Croix and St. Thomas-St. John districts. It will be awarding annual scholarships in 2018 based on the following criteria.
CFVI has announced 22 grants from its HelpUSVINow! Fund. Organizations and initiatives funded in this round of grants include those serving youth, the homeless individuals with disabilities, and those with homes damaged by the hurricanes.
The sold-out fundraiser offered Cuban cuisine, antique cars, salsa dancing, dominoes and much more.