The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) and the Caribbean Exploratory Research Center at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVICERC) have released the community needs assessment conducted over the course of 2018 to determine the status of children in the U.S.V.I. following hurricanes Irma and Maria.
In commemoration of Black History Month, Sigma Theta Omega and Rho Omicron Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. of St. Thomas-St. John have participated in "Read-Ins" and social “Paint” gatherings.
Sigma Theta Omega's College Admissions Process (#CAPsm) is designed to assist students in their efforts to enter college by providing a hands-on approach that includes all the steps from researching various colleges to completing the application process.
To honor their integral work supporting the Virgin Islands family caregivers, AARP names former Gov. Kenneth E. Mapp, Sen. Novelle E. Francis Jr. and Sen. Myron Jackson as the 2018 'Capitol Caregivers.'
Since 1990, CFVI has partnered with community organizations, businesses and individuals. Together they have demonstrated to the world an unshakable resolve to make the territory a better place for all who love it.
HUD grants support a broad array of interventions designed to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness, particularly those living in places not meant for habitation, located in sheltering programs, or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
CFVI announces the launch of a new information-collection campaign: Leveraging USVI Facts & Figures to Build Forward.
The Coral Bay Community Council (CBCC) encourages residents to test their cistern potable drinking water on a regular basis -- at least every six months -- or if they notice any change in quality (i.e., taste, smell, color or visibility).
In this fourth year of the STEM education grant program, the number of awards has seen an increase of more than double what was provided in 2018 thanks to AT&T’s generous philanthropic investment.
In 1908, a group of young collegiate women gathered at Howard University to organize AKA, which is the oldest Greek-letter organization established by African-American college-educated women.