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Caribbean

 

Survivor Sustainability

Help Survivors in the Caribbean

Overcome Food Insecurity

Food insecurity is an ongoing issue in the Caribbean nations of Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago. It is especially acute for survivors of domestic abuse and violence.

In keeping with Hopefull Handbags, Nonprofit goal to help survivors get back on their feet, the Hopefull Handbags Caribbean affiliate is working on projects to combat food insecurity. These initiatives include:

  • Partnering with supermarkets in Trinidad and Tobago to distribute excess food to survivors and others in need.

  • Establishing aquaponic and conventional farms in Barbados that will allow survivors to grow food and provide for themselves and their families long term.

YOU can help us with our efforts in the Caribbean! 

Any amount will help! Below are suggested donation amounts

$50 will provide a month of food relief in Trinidad and Tobago.

$100 - A garden’s worth of seeds.

$250- Food delivery for 3 months.

$500 - Farming equipment for a family.

$1,000 - Annual supplies for aquaponics (fish food, fish, etc.).

$2,500 - One aquaponics farm in Barbados.

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