Both honors are a direct result of CFVI's strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency.
In addition to the cash donation, Viya presented the organization with 1,500 pieces of communication accessories, such as device chargers, solar chargers, and battery packs that are critical for preparedness.
In the presentation, Sen. Myron Jackson and Ruby Simmonds Esannason will illustrate the importance of preserving the written and printed history of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Plaskett released the following statement regarding an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for Lutheran Social Services of the Virgin Islands.
Grants of up to $20,000 are available to facilitate the recovery of humanities organizations and humanities programming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
All too often, older Virgin Islanders or terminally ill people must cope with the stress they endure as they wait to get their affairs settled in court. In addition, they struggle and live daily with the fear that they can pass away prematurely and before their case is settled.
This At Home Discovery Kit is designed to help recipients support their children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive and behavioral well-being.
The Judith A. Towle Environmental Studies Fund was established at CFVI in 2003, in recognition of the work, interests and commitment of Judith Ann Towle to increase environmental awareness in the Eastern Caribbean.
AARP in The Virgin Islands advocated on behalf of Virgin Islanders for Bill No. 34-0034, an Act amending Title 1, Virgin Islands Code, by adding Chapter 3A enacting the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act.
St. John Rescue members will not be out and about during a hurricane. Once it is safe to travel, it will be out there helping those who need help. Individuals must prepare themselves for a disaster situation.