CFVI manages several programs. A list of present programs can be found here:
The mission of CFVI’s Early Childhood involvement is to serve as a facilitator of efforts to promote early childhood experiences that will positively impact children’s development, readiness for school, and later life success.
The TFC Center is the fun place on the island where parents can bring their children from 0 to 8 years of age to play and learn colors, shapes, and math concepts as well as read.
Text4baby is an educational program of the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB).
Early Childhood Advisory Committee
In response to the need to improve coordination and collaboration among public and private entities focused on the care and education of young children, the federal government has mandated the creation of state early childhood advisory councils through the Improving Head Start Act of 2007.
The Fatherhood Collaborative
The mission of The Fatherhood Collaborative is to foster increased recognition of the importance of responsible fatherhood in the lives of children, youth and families in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Next Generation Scholars
Funded by the Lana Vento Fund for the Virgin Islands, The Next Generation Scholars Program (NGSP) seeks to provide first generation college bound students enrolled in public schools on St. Thomas with the coaching and support necessary to help them achieve their dreams of higher education.
The Junior Angels Program is an initiative which seeks to introduce youth to the worlds of volunteerism and philanthropy.
Born Learning is a national public engagement campaign, developed by the Ad Council and made available by the United Way International, designed to help parents, caregivers and communities create early learning opportunities for young children. It focuses on awareness, education and action.
The Virtues Project is an international initiative focused on building peaceful and caring communities aligned to 52 virtues such as compassion, integrity, respect.