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Carriacou church building project

UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST- Codrington High School


The school gets its name from Christopher Codrington, who was a British soldier and colonial governor, whose father was captain-general of the Leeward Isles, he was born in the island of Barbados, in 1668. He died in 1710, bequeathing his estates to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts for the foundation of a college in Barbados. Codrington College

 

SEMPER AUXILIO
Always helping... I have to confess I had to go online to get the accurate Latin interpretation. I came accross some interesting sites whilst doing so, one of the most interesting was the Brotherhood of Blessed Gerard a true example of Semper Auxilio.

Holy Cross Church celebrating its 170 anniversary in 2003.

Continued help needed to restore this school to its former beauty.

Further information on the school to be added.

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United Caribbean Trust's work and initiatives.

Baby Survival Kits
Baby Survival Kits

"The Baby Survival Kit" a Caribbean based non-profit organization utilising United Caribbean Trust as its Caribbean arm of distribution for hurricane victims in Grenada & Carriacou and recent Guyana flood disaster.

School Twinning
School Twinning

This Empowerment programme has been designed to create, establish and encourage, linkages between the schools of Grenada and Barbados, expanding exponentially to enjoy the camaraderie resulting from a global network.

After School Kids Club
After School Club

Designed to encourage learning through play, foster cooperation and strengthen friendships through planned & supervised activities. Visualised to take place at Cassada Bay as a Pilot project for UC School Twinning

Christian Youth Centre
Youth Centre

Cassada Bay has the unique opportunity this year to host Caribbean youth clubs, church groups, relief workers and volunteers seeking basic 'Youth Hostel' type working holiday accommodation free of charge in exchange for service

Working Holiday Working Holiday

Cassada Bay offer both individuals and groups the possibility of coming to Carriacou and staying in a 'working holiday village' FREE OF COST in exchange for 'work in the village', bringing Hands of Help into the community, the nursing homes, the after school children's club.

United Caribbean Trust Headquarters

Cassada Bay is a beautiful old, once- empty, hotel located on the island of Carriacou.

Providing 6 beautifully sited multi- coloured chalet accommodation for relief workers, in a secure, protected, (little tattered) setting.

.Cassada Bay

La Mode
La Mode Experience

Visit Grenada for a day on any of the UC Grenada initiatives, the La Mode Village Experience or the Reforestation eco project. (Add in US $60 per day for each day trip to Grenada for ferry, ground transport and meals.) Projects are developing as God opens doors and browdens our territory.


Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge

Helping people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.


Christian outreach

Christian outreach

The Church With No Limits, our Spiritual home in Carriacou. Paster Happy from Africa leading the way in evangelism and youth outreach.

Barnufo
Thanks to Barnufo

For safe transportation of supplies and relief workers to Grenada/Carriacou five times since hurricane Ivan in September 2004

Grenada Soubise
East Coast Grenada

Damage assessment

This little fishing village of Soubise is now a scene of utter devastation.

Grenada La Mode
West Coast Grenada

La Mode the inhabitants of this area have been extremely kind and hospitable to the team sent in to document their plight.

St Georges churches
St Georges' churches

Damage assessment of the 3 of the major churches in St Georges. The Roman Catholic, the Anglican and the Presipetarian

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