St. Vincent and the Grenadines

A small Caribbean Island that experienced 32 volcanic eruptions in April, which led to forced evacuation of about 20,000 people from the northern third of the island. Our goal is to reach out to the children and young adults in the region. We need your help. Please get involved!

Life is yet to return to normal. Electricity and water outages still subsist, and most people have not been able to return home. Prior to the eruptions, the country has been an agricultural based nation with 30% unemployment rate.

Contact Lydia Coppin

Please call/text @ (617)833-8910 if you are interested in helping and share this appeal with anyone who might be willing to help. The deadline for collection is JULY 21, 2021

Pray along

Join us every Tuesday on zoom by 9.00 pm to pray along for this mission. There is power in communal prayer. Let us pray for our brethren in this region. The Zoom ID is 893-788-518

Donate Materials

Drop off donated materials between 6 am and 6 pm at 154 Leach Brockton, MA 02301. For more information, contact Marian Adedeji, Director of Mission on 339-204-3642 .

List of Educational Materials Needed:

Lined paper: primary for early childhood,

Regular lined filler paper for binders

Composition books – hardcover or spiral

Pencils- regular & early writers

Crayons- regular & primary

Colored pencils

Markers- permanent & washable



Pens- black, blue, colored

Art paper: craft paper, construction paper

Water Paint- various colors

Paint brushes


Tape- transparent, duck tape

Scissors-Adult & children’s

Glue- bottle & glue sticks

Dustless chalk

Dry erase markers

Board erasers

Push pins

Staplers, boxes of staples

Chart paper

Poster board paper

2 pocket folders

Student Backpacks

Class calendar – reusable each year

Educational Wall posters- all grades and subjects

Instructional manipulatives- all grades & all subjects

Books: picture books, beginning chapter, chapter books (all grade levels), big books (ENGLISH ONLY )

Puzzles: floor puzzles, educational

100 pieces of greater sized puzzles.

Make a Difference!

About 20,000 People Displaced As La Soufriere Still Erupts. While we cannot save all the people in the region, our focus is on THE CHILDREN and THE YOUNG ADULTS