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Project Promise’s Caterpillar students drove across America this summer to make an impact on communities outside of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The Caterpillars touched down in New York with stops  in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California

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Project Promise announced their gifting of close to $10,000 to educate 30 children in South Africa for an entire year.

During this trip, O’Reilly decided to sponsor two children but upon return to St. Croix, she raised the funds to sponsor all the children.

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Recent Projects

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"Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender what you are, for what you could become."

– Reinhold Niebuhr

Project Promise students, barely out of elementary school, raised enough funds not only to meet their commitment of donating financially to Special Olympics, Illinois, but with enough monies left back to give a local special needs child a bag loaded with school supplies.

Memorial Garden Project

This Community Service Project brought us to the JFL Hospital to create a memorial garden. We worked alongside Caravelle Casino employees and Howard University students who were on island for Spring Break to create this tranquil garden in honor of Asa O'Neal.

“The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.”

– Maria Montessori

Highlighted Projects

Project Promise’s Caterpillar students drove across America this summer to make an impact on communities outside of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

The Caterpillars touched down in New York with stops  in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California

Project Promise announced their gifting of close to $10,000 to educate 30 children in South Africa for an entire year.

During this trip, O’Reilly decided to sponsor two children but upon return to St. Croix, she raised the funds to sponsor all the children.

Project Promise students, barely out of elementary school, raised enough funds not only to meet their commitment of donating financially to Special Olympics, Illinois, but with enough monies left back to give a local special needs child a bag loaded with school supplies.

Project Promise, in collaboration with the Virgin Islands Department of Sports Parks and Recreation (VIDSPR), and a visiting group from Denmark, on Tuesday renovated the playground at the D.C. Canegata Ballpark and Recreation Center.

The Caterpillar Project – a dozen fifth graders from Lew Muckle Elementary School – raised money during the summer of 2016 for a five-year-old classmate suffering from cancer, and presented the donation to the family’s representative Saturday during a family fun day at Fort Christiansvaern.

As part of this Community Service Project, the Caterpillars collected and purchased clothing and hygiene products for a little boy and girl. It was a delight to witness this presentation, the joy on their little faces was so precious. Thank you goes out to everyone who participated in this effort! #GiveBack

The Caterpillars wrote thank you letters to servicemen and women and presented them at a Memorial Day Ceremony. They met Governor Mapp during the presentation.

 

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