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Tackling Homelessness in Grenada

Hi everyone and Happy Monday! 😀 To start things off this week, we want to highlight the work of Reach Within (https://www.reachwithin.org/) of Grenada. We featured them before and heralded their work with post residential and vulnerable youth and also celebrated their recognition from the Clinton Foundation. Their work recently gained attention from the local media in Grenada due to their support of a young man who had spent most of his life in residential care...

Happy New Year 2024!

Hi everyone, I know that it's been a long minute since we last posted. Please accept our sincere apologies for that. 🥺 Over the past 6 months or so, some countries of the Caribbean have faced a number of challenges which can be addressed through a more holistic lens, including an understanding of childhood adversity and how better to prevent and respond to it. For the new year, we propose to be more regular in sharing information relevant to the region and, with your support, to roll out a...

Please Join the Creating Resilient Communities Accelerator Program

Hi everyone, It's been a while but I want to invite you to join me as I take part in the PACEs 16-hour Creating Resilient Communities (CRC) accelerator certification program. If you are interested in doing work in your community to address childhood trauma and need some tips on how to start and resources available for use in your outreach, then this free webinar series is one to give strong consideration. Once you complete the Introduction to Places Connection webinar, there are several more...

NEW YORK’S YOUNGEST RACIAL JUSTICE PHILANTHROPISTS GAIN INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION (blackenterprise.com)

(Getty Images) To read more of the BLACK ENTERPRISE Editors article, please click here. As part of a major initiative to create a new generation of philanthropists, The New3Rs, a 501c3 nonprofit based in New York, is enrolling students in its summer program, teaching Black history, civics, compassion, and responsive philanthropy. Its members have donated funds to a school in Zimbabwe and participated in the global We Give Summit 2023, featuring young students passionate about helping people...

Ask the Community

Hello ACEs Caribbean Community, I have recently graduated as an international psychologist and specialize in maternal and infant mental health well-being and resilience. I am also a certified full circle doula (trained from a traditional African midwife) and have a passion for supporting families during pregnancy, birth and the first year after birth. I would love an opportunity to connect with others with similar interests. I am traveling to the Caribbean in October beginning with Aruba,...Read More...
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