Every Child Shoes Appeal
Many children in the Caribbean are going to school without shoes. This appeal is part of our Every Child School Shoe project which aims to distribute 10,000 pairs of shoes to needy school children in the Caribbean countries.
Quite often, without shoes, we feel that their poverty shows.
CaribCare is committed to helping disadvantaged children improve their lives.
We believe that no child should go to school without the basic necessities of life.
We are asking the community, supporters and businesses to help us provide new school shoes for Caribbean children.
We all understand the need for education for a better life. Poverty-stricken families want their children to attend school. But going to school is not enough.
These children need school supplies which the children’s families cannot provide. Consequently, the children stop going to school because they cannot participate in the lessons.
Your donations will be used to purchase basic school supplies such as notebooks, pencils and pens, erasers, folders, writing pads, and other stationery. Please help Caribbean children stay in school.
CaribCare is a community-based organisations working to end hunger and poverty.
We currently have a soup kitchen operating in the low-income area where homeless individuals can access it easily.
This program is intended to provide a formal support through which low-income are protected from outright starvation.
As an organization that seeks to address the obvious display of poverty in our communities, we are
appealing for your support to feed the hungry.
The purpose of our hospital visit is to show compassion in the Christian way. Our Field Mission workers visit maternity wards in the hospitals to distribute baby materials to mothers.
Through the Hospital ministry, we arrange to visit the patients and help them in any possible way, including providing them with basic needs, such as toiletries and books.
We demonstrate the love of Christ to the patients and we also aim to bring hope that is in Christ Jesus. A visit to the hospital is often found to be very helpful to a person’s recovery and well-being.Most patients, families and hospital staffs appreciate it.