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Established in 1999. Concern of Ross \"Blackie\" Talbot and other fellow older Bermudians that many young Bermudians following in the entertainment industry and hence the foundation.
Incorporated May 13 1922 Act #23.
Chain Reaction- Bermuda or Rachel's Challenge conducted school assemblies in 2003 to over 3000 students who accepted the challenge to start a chain reaction of kindness. To create 'permanency' in our school culture chain reaction Bermuda in 2009 has expanded its program and curriculum to include...
Began in 1970 and incorporated by the Private Act in 1984.
The Bermuda Sailing Association (BSA) is the governing body for the sport of sailing in Bermuda and is recognised by the Bermuda Government and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). It was formed more than 30 years ago by the sailing clubs of the island, the racing classes and individuals...
The BVA is run by an Executive Committee, elected by the general membership every two years at the Annual General Meeting. All of these Executive Committee Members are devoted to keeping the goals and objectives at the forefront of volleyball in Bermuda.
Founded September 1992 and registered as a charity December 1993 in response to perceived gap in local services available. The intention is to work in partnership with other council partners�Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Fair Havens, Pride, lion's quest also the Salvation Army and the...
Word of Life Bermuda works in fellowship with Word of Life Fellowship Inc. of Schroon lake, New York, U.S.A. We share a common mission and purpose and enjoy the benefits of international association and cooperation. Word of life International ministers to youth in forty eight (48) countries...
Formed in 2008 after the successful launch of 2008 Live Healthy Bermuda 100 Day Challenge
Each club and each member supports the Worldwide Service Project through personal, club and community contributions. The Worldwide Service Project is to virtually eliminate, by the year 2000, the world\'s leading cause of preventable mental retardation, iodine deficiency disorders.
The Bermuda Youth Sports Program (BYSP) was organized in 1992 by a group of concerned parents, mainly from the western parishes of Bermuda, to involve boys and girls, ranging in age from 5 to 16 years, in sports.
Formed in 1976 and leased land in Devonshire from Government. A Board of Trustees were established in 1985. Phase I of the National Equestrian Centre is completed: driving track, show jumping and dressage arenas. Phase II, storage and toilet block is completed. Executive Committee is elected...
BAA is Bermuda's oldest sports and social club founded in 1904. The day to day management of the club is controlled by an Executive Committee of four members ( President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer) with assistance from 8 other committee members. A board of Trustees is in place to...
The parent body of the Bermuda Branch is the Royal Artillery Association, London SE 18, England.
A LOTT of Sista Love, Inc. (ALOSL) is an international women's empowerment nonprofit organization. ALOSL, Inc. was founded in October 2006 under the leadership of Monica L. Sanders.
Our organization empowers women from all walks of life and is not a platform for male bashers but of...
Unincorporated association established in 1983 to provide an exhibition venue for contemporary artists.
Founded in 1921 with a membership of 15. First President - Mr. Freer Cox. The club has expanded to a membership of 320. The garden club Bermuda is affiliated with 6 overseas organizations including the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), the world association of flower arrangers (WAFA), the...
Formally organized as Kardias Club 1964 by a group of Alpha Phi Alpha wives. Governed by a constitution. Private, non-sectarian organization. Executive Committee elected every 2 years.
The first Lions Club was chartered on 12 May 1946 when Mr. W. F. (Chummy) Hayward introduced Lionism to Bermuda. In July 2005 the Hamilton Lioness Lions Club merged with us making us the largest club with some 90+ members. The Board of Directors meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the...
St. Peter's Church, in St. George's, Bermuda, is the oldest surviving Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles. It is also reportedly the oldest continuously used Protestant church in the New World.
The association was formed in 1995 and registered as a charitable organisation. That same year it established a constitution and bye laws.
Founded in November 1981 by James Butterfield, Sutherland Madeiros, the late John Cash, Steven and Patty Petty. The management has been conducted since inception by the BTA's Executive committee. This committee is elected annually at the members' AGM.
Formed over 60 years ago and incorporated on 28th March, 1974. Operates under the Act known as the Bermuda Olympic Act 1974.
Unincorporated Association with bye-laws. The foundation is a separate entity from the Corporation of St. George's. The structure consists of a Board of Trustees, elected from the membership body. Membership is open to all persons or body of persons interested in the Foundation. There is an...
In 1998, the XL Education Initiative began to open the gateway to the world of information and communication technology for bermuda's public school students, their educators, their parents and the community. Collaborating with Stanford University's world-renowned Computer Science Research...
The Pipe Band Foundation of Bermuda was founded in 2010 to support the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band (BIPB) and the Dance Division.
The history of the BIPB reaches back to two local pipe bands that emerged in the 1950s: the Bermuda Cadets Pipe Band, an army cadet-based group, wearing the Gordon...
Part of a National Organisation, we started in 1997 by overseas motivator Dr. C. Rock who had a vision for us as professionals to give back in our own home to better the community, home and schools.
The Youth Atletic Organization (YAO) was founded in 1995 in response to the United States Navy's decision to leave Bermuda. The Navy had sponsored youth baseball in Bermuda for many years and the Navy formed an alliance with a group of local people who were eager to see the sport of baseball...
Incorporated as a Comapny Limited by Guarantee
The Bermuda Under 35s Insurance & Reinsurance Group formally incepted in May 2004. As a non-profit group, the Bermuda Under 35s relies on a 10-person committee consisting of 5 principal officers and 5 general members.
CKC Cares Charity has been committed to the community through events that celebrate local tradition, educate the masses on healing methods through various art forms and support the positive talents of at-risk populations, through poetry, short story and visual art publications, talent showcases,...
Team Tuned Motorcycle Racing is a local Bermuda based youth development motorcycle racing team. The team was established in March of 2007 and registered as a charity in Bermuda on April 2009.
Was founded in 1998.
Advocacy for understanding of men's importance to children and legislative change. Founded in February 1996. Meetings are held he required and one-on-one sessions are offered.
The Bermuda Rugby Football Union is the governing body for Rugby Union in Bermuda providing programmes for men, women, children and adults.
Established 15 years ago. The Classic came about as a 75th surprise birthday party for Ross "Blackie" Talbot and has become an annual event locally.
In July 1997, the founder over heard a young lady in conversation about her 7-year old who was crippled with cerebral palsy and was moved to help. He did this by fund raising and was very successful.
The program started in July 2002 and was designed to inspire and encourage young women to reach their destiny.
Formed in September 1996 as a non-profit, unincorporated association of members - 18 members.
Diane Kirwin, Founder of KIRF India is a Bermudian. She was born and raised in Bermuda and was educated at the BHS. She received her BSW and MSW in Colorado. Her late husband, David Kirwin, taught for many years at Warwick Academy and subsequently was the first BermudianYoung Life leader....
Informally began in 1996 and has evolved into a group of volunteer coaches and administrators teaching youth to play in-line hockey.
We commenced in March 2006. We provide dedicated committee who bear all the administrative costs themselves in order that donations go in total to exactly where intended. We welcome new volunteers who wish to help us on fundraising to help victims of violence and their families.
Governing Board: President, Secretary, Treasurer - Administrators.
Originally formed to minister to children, the mission was extended to helping the sick as the need in the community expanded. Affiliated with the Key Women of America Inc. Governed by the National body from America. All business is voted on by members.
The Association was formed in December 2005 to address the lack of long term planning in football, particularly at the youth level. All officers have represented Bermuda as national team football players, captains, coaches and administrators.
The Board of Directors was formed in 1996. Management of the organisation is made up of an Executive Producer, a Programme Director, occasional outside technical support personnel and the participating students. We recently moved to Cedar bridge Academy where we use the production facilities of...
Footy Promotions views football as a powerful vehicle for social change and unity. We understand that the quality and our standards of service is the ultimate commitment. Our Areas of interest include:
Football / Futsal Events
- Footy Promotions host events relating to Football / Futsal. ...
The Bermuda Sanshou Association was formed in October 2005 after the International Olympic Committee announced that wushu would be a part of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. The main purpose of the organization is to positively promote and develop full contact martial arts in Bermuda.