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As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a longstanding history of serving the Virgin Islands community, CFVI was identified as a trusted vehicle for receiving and distributing funds to support renewal across the territory. In order to maximize effectiveness in this role, CFVI engaged collaboratively to receive input from community members, fellow nonprofits, national and local experts, donors, government representatives, and others in order to ensure a comprehensive and strategic approach to applying the funds in a manner that enhanced the wellbeing of the territory.
Since Hurricane Irma and Maria impacted the USVI in September 2017, over $14 million has been raised or pledged for hurricane efforts and more than $12 million has already been transferred back to the community for children/families, housing, health, and direct humanitarian relief.
For information on various methods for donating to hurricane relief efforts, visit our Fund Donation page.
Since 1990, donors have trusted us to manage and leverage their gifts for the benefit of current and future generations.
CFVI is a registered 501(c)3 charitable foundation under the U.S. tax code. Within the first 80 days following Hurricanes Irma and Maria impacting the USVI, $11 million had been raised or pledged for hurricane efforts and more $8 million had already been transferred back to the community for children/families, housing, health, and direct humanitarian relief.
Governor’s Hurricane Recovery and Resilience Task Force comprehensive report and recommendations: USVI Hurricane Recovery Taskforce Report, funded through CFVI.