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Bermuda has been making important efforts towards collaboration, coordination and cooperation between many of the non-profit and government agencies on the Island. This website, and much of our other work, has involved working with other groups  in the Bermuda community to make information easily accessible and foster stronger connections. Please feel free to contact us if you have suggestions of other groups to add to the list.

 

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BEST:   www.best.org.bm   BEST is an environmental organization whose mission is to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Bermuda for present and future generations by advocating for sustainable management and development of the physical, social and economic environments. We envision a Bermuda where the health of our environment is considered as paramount for the preservation of our quality of life. • We envision a Bermuda where our economy, our social progress and our structural development are planned for and implemented with sustainability as the over-riding principle. • We envision a Bermuda where issue-focused campaigns are well conducted in ways that are both lawful and effective, and that citizens will feel comfortable to participate.


Centre for Justice:    www.justice.bm Centre for Justice was established to:

  • raise awareness and educate the community on their human rights, civil liberties and the rule of law by conducting research and making it publicly available
  • foster interest in civic engagement through activities which seek to safeguard human rights, civil liberties and the rule of law
  • provide specialist legal advice where a miscarriage of justice may have taken place
  • where appropriate, intervene as a third party in court proceedings in cases involving human rights and civil liberties

Chewstick:  www.chewstick.org The Chewstick Foundation is a leading non-profit cultural arts movement born out of Bermuda in 2002. Dedicated to breaking down social barriers, providing opportunities for storytellers of every medium and committed to being a part of the solution; we use creative programmes, events and initiatives to empower the individual and enrich the community.

Coalition for Protection of Childrenwww.coalition.bm The Coalition for the Protection of Children is a charitable organization dedicated to meeting the needs of children and their families. Our mission is twofold: to heighten public awareness of children's issues and advocate on behalf of them and their families, and to provide services which address critical but unmet needs to ensure that all children grow up in a safe and nurturing environment.

CURB: - Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda www.uprootingracism.org    CURB’S Mission 2006 “To raise awareness of racism in Bermuda and work for its eradication.”


Family Centre:  www.tfc.bm Through specialized programmes and prevention initiatives, we provide families with the skills they need to be successful and to sustain that success for future generations.


Adult Education School:  e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  The Adult Education School welcomes students from 16 years up who are seeking their high school equivalency diplomas (GED), as well as students who want to develop their literacy skills.


The Centre on Philanthropy: www.centreonphilanthropy.org  We accomplish our goal of creating a more collaborative Third Sector by working with all sector stakeholders, including registered charities, nonprofits, faith-based organizations, volunteers, donors, and Government. Our diverse offerings of programmes, events, and workshops provide training in key areas, opportunities for networking, and sharing of best practices.


Women's Resource Centre:  www.wrcbermuda.com  The Women’s Resource Centre is a nonprofit, registered charity (# 267), accredited by the Bermuda National Standards Committee, that offers confidential empowerment counseling and support services to women, provides training to service providers and key stakeholders regarding women’s issues, connects women to the landscape of women’s service organizations, and advocates for more supportive social policies and systems.


S.C.A.R.S Saving Children and Revealing Secrets:    www.scarsbermuda.com  We are a Bermuda registered charity (#922) formed to create greater awareness of the devastation that child sexual abuse can cause in the life of an innocent child, their affected family and a community. Through the "Darkness to Light Stewards of Children' Training Program, we provide training to individuals and organizations entrusted with children to Prevent, Recognize, and React Responsibly to child sexual abuse. If sexual abuse does occur, we also provide access to resources to promote the healing process.

Department for National Drug Control:  www.dncd.gov.bm   The Department for National Drug Control provides leadership and policy coordination for the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive national system of alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services and seek to effectively demonstrate a balanced approach to national drug control efforts.  The site contains extensive data and reporting.

 

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