CFVI Requesting Proposals for Projects Focused on Workforce Development, Housing, or Environmental/Marine Recovery

CFVI is accepting proposals for projects and programs related to aspects of continued environmental recovery, resilience, and building forward for the USVI following the 2017 hurricanes. Specifically, projects engaged in the following categories are requested: (1) Workforce Development; (2) Housing; and…

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CFVI Awards Over $205,000 in Academic Scholarships and Grants To 87 Virgin Islands Students

(U.S. Virgin Islands) – With great pleasure, the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) announces the Foundation’s 2019-2020 academic scholarship awards and grants to 80 undergraduate and seven graduate students.  Marie ThomasGriffith, Chair of CFVI’s Scholarship Committee and member…

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CFVI Requesting Proposals for Projects Focused on Workforce Development, Housing, or Environmental/Marine Recovery

CFVI is accepting proposals for projects and programs related to aspects of continued environmental recovery, resilience, and building forward for the USVI following the 2017 hurricanes. Specifically, projects engaged in the following categories are requested: (1) Workforce Development; (2) Housing; and…

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CFVI Awards Over $205,000 in Academic Scholarships and Grants To 87 Virgin Islands Students

(U.S. Virgin Islands) – With great pleasure, the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) announces the Foundation’s 2019-2020 academic scholarship awards and grants to 80 undergraduate and seven graduate students.  Marie ThomasGriffith, Chair of CFVI’s Scholarship Committee and member…

CFVI Invites the Community to Frederiksted for the Installation of St. Croix’s First Little Free Library

(U.S. Virgin Islands) – The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI), in partnership with Crucian Heritage and Nature Tourism (CHANT) and the United States Virgin Islands Department of Tourism, has set the date for the installation of the first…

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“CFVI literally saved us after the storm. We didn’t know what we were going to do. Without the support of the Community Foundation, the VI Children’s Museum would have no longer been able to provide enriching experiences for children and families.”