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Love City Strong, Inc.

Org #61126
Vetted since 2019
2017
year founded
$51,450
raised on GlobalGiving
7
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Love City Strong serves the community of St. John, USVI in addressing community wellness and disaster preparedness needs that fall outside the jurisdiction of other entities. The specific objectives of the organization are: + Leading projects that educate the community in best practices in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and in the long-term recovery phase, ensuring that St. John is better informed and prepared for future disaster situations. + Providing logistical support to other NGOs and government agencies both federal and territorial, in areas of disaster recovery/response and in areas of community wellness. + Sourcing labor for our projects from St. John residents, which dire... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Ryan West
Ryan West
Team
Stephen Libbey, Mae Agna, Ryan West
Organization Information
5000 Estate Enighed
PMB 435
St. John, 00830
Virgin Islands
3407147744
Organization Information
5000 Estate Enighed
PMB 435
St. John, 00830
Virgin Islands
3407147744

Project Reports

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Oct 14, 2019
25 down...15 to go!
October marks the one year anniversary of the Resilient Housing Initiative (RHI), a joint collaboration between Love City Strong, the St. John Community Foundation's Disaster Case Managers, All...
Sep 16, 2019
Your support matters more than ever.
With the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is upon us, returning vulnerable residents to stable and safe homes is more important than ever. There are dozens and dozens of residents on St. John alone who...
Aug 15, 2019
Halfway to our goal!
With the high cost of building materials, shipping and logistics expenses, and contruction in the Territory, building 40 homes that have been fully or completely destroyed by Hurricanes Irma and Maria...
 
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