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Bermuda Education Network

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Bermuda's Brazilian Football School

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Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Bermuda

Administration

Board Member

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Chewstick Foundation

Coalition for the Protection of Children

Office Administration

Programmes

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Cornerstone Foundation

Sunshine League

group home for children between age of 10-15
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Family Centre

General Interests

General Assistance

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Friends of Hope Academy Limited

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Gina Spence Productions in Christ

Administration

Website Maintenance

Committees

Fundraising Committee
Productions Committee
Public Relations Committee
Scholarship Committee
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Girlguiding Bermuda (Girl Guides)

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Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation

Administration

office duties

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PRIDE - Bermuda Parent Resource Institute for Drug Education

Mentoring

Mentoring

Red Ribbon Week

The Reason for the Ribbon
Red Ribbon Week began in 1988 in honor of DEA Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who was kidnapped and killed in Mexico in February of 1985. Agent Camarena, then 37, had uncovered a multi-billion dollar drug scam in which he suspected officers of the Mexican Army, police forces and government. As he left his office one day, five men appeared at his side and kidnapped him. His body was found one month later in a shallow grave; he had been tortured and beaten. This tragic event produced an immediate outpouring of grief, but over time has generated a sense of hope around the world. That hope is being kept alive through the hard work of thousands of people ---particularly young people---who participate in Red Ribbon events.
The first Red Ribbon Week was proclaimed in 1988 by the U.S. Congress in support of Agent Camarena and the cause he gave his life for -- combating drugs. Red Ribbon Week is marked by the wearing of a red ribbon to send the message: Live drug-free!
The Red Ribbon represents the fight against drugs and is a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. Wearing a Red Ribbon affirms our commitment to drug prevention and education, and honors the memory of Kiki CamarenaThe mission of PRIDE Bermuda’s Red Ribbon Campaign is to present a unified and visible commitment toward the creation of a drug-free Bermuda. It provides the opportunity to talk to your family, your neighbors and your communities about living healthy lifestyles. PRIDE Bermuda encourages everyone to spread the Red Ribbon message of hope.

Schools liaison

Assisting in schools
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Prison Fellowship Bermuda

Administration

Executing day to day business of the Ministry: correspondence including newsletters, pay bills, keep accounts, coordinate with Treasurer, managing programs including networking with prison authorities, volunteers and board members. Keeping records of meetings and activities.

Annual Programmes

Fundraising

Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is a response to crime emphasizing healing the wounds of victims, offenders and communities which have been caused or revealed by criminal activity.

WEEKLY COMMITMENT

Each week volunteers meet with inmates in a time of sharing and encouragement
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SCARS (Saving Children And Revealing Secrets)

Somerset Primary PTA

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Teen Services/Teen Haven

Special Events

Outstanding Teen Awards, Teen Pregnancy Prevention National Day
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The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Bermuda

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Tomorrow's Voices - Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre

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WindReach Bermuda

Petting Zoo

Area that houses Equines, Goats, Sheep, Rabbits and other small animals. We endeavour to educate persons of all levels of ability that learning basic Animal Husbandry can be used to help enrich the quality of their life. We believe in the Human animal bond as well as learning skills that can ultimately employ someone that may have various barriers to employment.

Therapeutic Riding

WindReach Therapeutic Riding is uniquely providing physical therapy and rehabilitation through its riding lessons. Horses are used in a variety of ways to develop the cognitive skills and to improve the social, emotional, and physical well-being of persons with special needs.

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