Response. Recovery. Rebuild. SVG Strong.
On April 9, 2021, the La Soufrière volcano erupted in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The volcanic ash has forced tens of thousands to evacuate, and has destroyed many of the island’s crops and livestock, and contaminated the nation’s water supply.
The volcano remains active, as demand for food, water, supplies and healthcare increases.
Leaders from St. Vincent’s emerging plant-based wellness industry have joined forces to raise funds, in-kind donations, and provide expertise to support local emergency response, recovery, and rebuilding efforts.
Collectively, we have kicked off #SVGStrong with a EC$85,000 (CDN$40,000) donation, and now we’re calling for more to pitch in and help.
Where your donations go
Donations will be administered by Headland West Indies’ team in St. Vincent and the Grenadines under the supervision of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) and with the facilitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade through its consulate in Toronto, Canada.
How you can help
With tens of thousands of Vincentians affected, the demand for food, clean water, medical supplies and healthcare continues to escalate.
Because we are not a registered charity, we are unable to provide charitable donation tax receipts. Impact reports will be shared with all Major Donors ($5,000+).
In Partnership with
"Thank you to Red Light Holland, Mera Life Sciences, Headland West Indies, and Ajori Health and Wellness for their substantive and generous pledge to our country’s emergency response efforts. The SVGStrong campaign signals their long-term investment, partnership, and commitment to the people and economy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.”
Hon. Saboto Caesar, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Rural Transformation, Industry, and Labour for St. Vincent and the Grenadines.