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  • Bermuda Beach Art Festival

    Tel: 4412954597

    Primary Contact: Nicky Gurret

  • Action on Alzheimer's & Dementia

    Action on Alzheimer's & Dementia (AAD) was set up as Registered Charity in March 2012 by Elizabeth Stewart who was directly affected when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in 2004. Since that time AAD has provided dementia specific education & Training to over 300 care staff...

    Primary Contact: Elizabeth Stewart

  • Adara Development (Bermuda) formerly The ISIS Foundation

    The Adara Group has two quite different parts, but one united purpose – to support people in poverty. The first part is an international development organisation called Adara Development. The second part is two Australia-based corporate advisory businesses, Adara Advisors and Adara...

    Tel: +1 441 472-3270

    Primary Contact: Pamela Barit Nolan

  • Amnesty International Bermuda

    AI Bermuda began as a group of individuals in 1983 and in 1989 was granted Section Status by Amnesty International. It is independent of government or religious affiliation. It works with the Human Rights Commission on an occasional basis. All funds are raised locally. AI Bermuda operates under...

    Primary Contact: Suzanne Wilson

  • Bermuda Autism Support & Education Society (BASE)

    Founded by a group of parents in 2001 as a follow-on from a small support group. Dedicated to helping promote education and awareness of Autism and thereby assisting individuals in receiving appropriate and timely treatment services.

    Primary Contact: Jenny Purvey

  • Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre

    We are one of Bermuda's oldest non-profit Charities #070, and an International Charitable Fund 501c (3) designated organization. The Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre marked its 60th anniversary in 2005. The organization was originally formed in 1945 to assist patients with tuberculosis; today...

    Tel: (441) 236-1001 ext. 1016

    Primary Contact: Deborah Titterton Narraway

  • Bermuda Education Network ("BEN")

    BEN is an education foundation whose primary goals are to help support Bermuda's public schools with their school improvement plans and to provide free supplementary learning opportunities for students. We do this through our Organize.Teach.Connect (OTC) management consultancy and school...

    Tel: 441 296-9296

    Primary Contact: Becky Ausenda

  • Bermuda Foundation for Insurance Studies (BFIS)

    Incorporated in July 1996 with funding from insurance companies and individuals, the Board of Trustees is elected at the AGM and comprises representatives from donor companies. There are also Finance, Fundraising, Careers and Scholarships Committees. More detailed information can be found on...

    Tel: (441) 295-1266

    Primary Contact: Catherine Lapsley

  • Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Trust

    The independent and sole fund raiser for the Bermuda Hospitals Board. In 2003, the Bermuda Hospitals Board came under the charitable trust.

    Tel: (441) 295-2428

  • Bermuda Island Games Association

    Bringing the Island Together - through Sport The Bermuda Island Games Association is responsible for affording Bermuda’s athletes the opportunity to represent Bermuda in the highly competitive International Natwest Island Games held every two years in different islands around the world....

    Tel: 441-295-4677

    Primary Contact: Jon Beard

  • Bermuda Karate Organization

    Frederick (Skipper) Ingham obtained the right to represent Bermuda in WAKO in 1988 and personally maintained the affiliation until 1991. Participation in WKO World Championships was added in 1990. WAKO Bermuda was formed and registered provisionally from January 1992 to January 1994. In 1996 the...

    Tel: (441) 292-2157

    Primary Contact: Gladwin Tyrone Phillips

  • Bermuda National Gallery (Bermuda Fine Art Trust)

    The Bermuda Fine Art Trust was founded by an Act of Parliament in 1982 and Bermuda National Gallery (BNG) opened its doors in City Hall on March 15, 1992. The BNG is certified by the Bermuda National Standards Committee, effective January 1, 2011. The Board hold six meetings each year; the...

    Tel: (441) 295-9428

    Primary Contact: Lisa Howie

  • Bermuda Nurses Association

    HISTORY The Bermuda Nurses Association (BNA) is the professional association for all categories of nurses. The Association was formed in 1967 through the amalgamation of the Bermuda Graduate Nurses’ Association and the King Edward VII Nurses Association. PHILOSOPHY The BNA believes that all...

    Tel: 441-239-1476

    Primary Contact: Mrs. Maxine Herbert-Wilson

  • Bermuda Ocean Explorers

    Primary Contact: Weldon Carl Wade

  • Bermuda Pacers Track Club

    Tel: 441 337 0088

    Primary Contact: Wayne Raynor

  • Bermuda Red Cross

    Two world wars prompted formation of the Red Cross to facilitate home nursing. After WW II, blood matching (later Blood Banking) service began. Autonomous and independent from government. All Red Cross Societies are equal and support each other. There is only one Red Cross Society in each...

    Tel: (441) 236-8253

    Primary Contact: Ann Spencer-Arscott, JP

  • Bermuda Rowing Association

    Founded in March 2004, the Bermuda Rowing Association was formed by a group of likeminded rowers wanting to develop rowing programmes predominately for our youth but also for our adults.

    Tel: 533 6767

    Primary Contact: Amanda Sodergren

  • Bermuda School of Music

    The Bermuda School of Music has been providing music education to the Island since 1978, commencing with the Dunbarton School of Music and followed by the merger of the Bermuda Academy of Music and the Bermuda Conservatory of Music in 2001. The school’s highly qualified local and international...

    Tel: (441) 296-5100

    Primary Contact: Lloyd Matthew

  • Bermuda Senior Islanders' Centre

    The Group Community Centre was setup as drug prevention programme in 1973. It was disbanded and new group of directors formed a traditional community centre without the drug prevention focus. The name was changed in 1981 to the Admiralty House Community Centre. The Centre closed in 2002 and the...

    Tel: (441) 295-9094

    Primary Contact: Fredrick Hassell, MBE

  • Bermuda Sloop Foundation

    The Bermuda Sloop Foundation was incorporated as a Bermuda Company Limited by Guarantee in December, 1999. It was registered as a Bermuda Charity in 2000.

    Tel: (441) 737-5667

    Primary Contact: Branwen Smith-King

  • Bermuda SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)

    The Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) was founded in 1921 and is registered as Charity No. 86 under the Bermuda Charities Act 1978. The Society consists of over 1000 Members and is governed by a Committee of Management elected at the Annual General Meeting held in...

    Tel: 441-236-7333

    Primary Contact: Sarah Haycock Tafur

  • Bermuda's Brazilian Football School

    Bermuda’s Brazilian Football School (BBFS) is drugs free and independently run training school, which utilizes football sports training to instill personal discipline and a code of conduct within its youth members. The founder in 2008 was Dennis Brown, a famed SCC Trojan’s coach and a former...

    Tel: 441 505 7999

    Primary Contact: Calvin Blankendal

  • BSMART Development Foundation

    One of the major programs that we support is called S.M.A.R.T. (Stimulating Maturity through Accelerated Readiness Training). This program is the first comprehensive program of this kind in Bermuda and is run through BSMART Development Center Ltd. S.M.A.R.T. programs promote the maximum...

    Tel: (441) 295-6909

    Primary Contact: Allison Figureido

  • Centre Against Abuse (formerly Physical Abuse Centre)

    Centre Against Abuse became a registered charity June 11, 1979 under the name the Physical Abuse Centre. The services at that time included the first hot line and counseling dedicated specifically to victims of abuse. We opened the first Safe House in October 1979 and still remains the only Safe...

    Tel: 441-292-4366

    Primary Contact: Rosana Vickers
    E. Laurie Shiell
    Valery Virgil

  • Centre for Talented Youth Bermuda (CTY)

    CTY Bermuda is firmly established as an after-school program offering academic acceleration and enrichment to our students. We take great satisfaction in the fact that many of our students remain with us year after year. We enjoy watching their academic growth with warm pleasure. In addition to...

    Tel: (441) 296-7259

    Primary Contact: Riquette Bonne-Smith

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