Children Mental Health

What we do…

Category 5 Hurricane Irma devastated the British Virgin Islands when it made landfall on September 6th, 2017. Not only are residents currently without power and running water, many have lost everything  – homes, cars, personal belonging, businesses, etc. We are here to help them rebuild, regain their dignity, and independence.

Our goal is to provide much needed help to the residents affected by natural disasters; we connect with grassroots efforts on the ground to ensure the most vulnerable people within the community receives aid and services. One primary objective is provide children with safe spaces where they can receive mental health services and maintain some level of normalcy in the midst of the chaos.  

Your donations help us provide supplies such as water, non-perishable foods, and financial support directly to the victims so they can rebuild their their lives.


We are dedicated to raising awareness to the magnitude of the  short-term and long-term effects of Hurricane Irma on the mental health of the children in the British Virgin Islands. Your donation will support this cause;  100% of all contributions goes directly to restoring emotional health.

Serving the most vulnerable

Serving the most vulnerable




Please make a pledge to support the underserved residents in the British Virgin Islands. The residents are in desperate need of our help. No donation is too small, every dollar raised goes directly to helping those in need, and your donation is tax-deductible.
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The beautiful British Virgin Islands were ravaged by “hurricane Irma”. Being one of the most popular sailing destinations in the world, tourism is a significant source of income for the region. Join us in our commitment in helping the residents rebuild. 
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As global citizens we have a responsibility to support each other. There is no better time than the present to pause for a moment to lift up those in need. Help us restore dignity and bring hope to citizens in their time of need either by volunteering or making a donation.
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Hurricane Irma Disaster Files