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Sunday, September 20, 2020


Good Food Coalition Collects Data on Territory’s Farmers

The coalition surveyed food producers in the U.S.V.I. to better understand the impact the pandemic was having on production capacity, market interruption, critical service gaps and the overall well-being of farmers.

American Bar Association Honors V.I. Lawyer With Dorsey Award

The 2020 Dorsey Award recipient is Casey N. Payton, who is the supervising attorney for Legal Services of the Virgin Islands Inc.

Community Foundation Partners With Endowment for the Humanities to Help VI Organizations

In the absence of a humanities council in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands applied for and was awarded NEH funding that CFVI will subaward to eligible entities through the territory to support humanities programming and activities.

HUD Allocates $1.67 Million to USVI for COVID-19 Related Homelessness

.A total of $4 billion in Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) have been targeted for communities with high homeless populations or individuals at risk of becoming homeless.

V.I. Children’s Museum Providing ‘At Home Discovery Kits’ for Kids

To help supply families with the tools needed to keep kids en-gaged and inspired to create and learn at home this summer, the museum and its partners are providing At Home Discovery Kits to local low-income families.

Virgin Islands Democrats Report on 2020 Caucus Results

The Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands held its presidential preference and delegate selection caucus yesterday.

V.I. Office of Veterans Affairs Collaborates With My Brother’s Workshop

The Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs has enlisted the assistance of My Brother’s Workshop to manufacture flag cases locally for next-of-kin of deceased veterans.
From left, Don Moreland, Karen Hauer, Brad Camry’s and Kenneth Haldin gather before their Solarize St. John presentation Wednesday.

Solarize St. John: New Rebate Opportunities Now Available

Continuing a successful campaign in 2019 to lower solar energy costs on St. John and help the island paradise become carbon-free, a new round...

CFVI Provides Rapid Response Block Grants for Vulnerable Populations

The Rapid Response Block Grant Program was designed to enhance the capacity of nonprofit partners to administer critical needs grants in a timely and efficient manner, with an emphasis on elderly, disabled and other vulnerable populations, particularly those impacted by the 2017 hurricanes.

CFVI and Red Cross to Award $1M in Grants to Farmers and Needy

The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands has awarded more than $1 million in grants supporting U.S.V.I. farmers and social services clients across the territory through a collaborative grant program funded by the American Red Cross.





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