St. John Landsharks is an informal local athletic club, focusing on swimming, biking, running, stand up paddle boarding and anything else they feel like doing.
The workshop will provide participants with practical information to successfully construct and complete a grant proposal.
There will be four sessions taking place at Charlotte Amalie High School, beginning Saturday, Sept. 14.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) is accepting proposals for projects and programs related to aspects of continued environmental recovery, resilience and building forward in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Moral Ethics and Rights Humanitarian Reawakening Foundation (MERHRAF) is asking the public to contribute to the Njama Njama Project to provide peace activism curriculum...
The Virgin Islands Archery Federation is committed to the growth of archery in the territory and has recently acquired land in conjunction with the Department of Planning and Natural Resources on St. Thomas for a permanent archery range.
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) has announced its 2019-2020 academic scholarship awards and grants to 80 undergraduate and seven graduate students....
AT&T’s retail team is helping local students return to school with supplies in hand. The store employees donated a total of 40 drawstring backpacks stuffed...
The National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved a non-profit organization, is hosting a series of listening sessions, Aug. 5 at the V.I. Cardiac Center and Aug. 7 at Schneider Hospital about the development of a health information exchange in the territory.
As part of their yearly “Make A Difference Day” initiative, employees of Banco Popular raised funds for Cancer Support V.I., according to a news release from the bank.