Help For Children (HFC) BVI is calling on charities, not‐for‐profit and child serving agencies
in the British Virgin Islands to apply for funding for programs and initiatives related to child
protection, safe‐guarding, well‐being and child abuse prevention/treatment as the
community continues to recover and rebuild from the recent hurricanes.
If you are interested in applying for a grant, please contact Ari Davis, Grants Manager, either by email at ADavis@hfc.org or by phone at (212)991‐9600 ext. 343 to
discuss submitting a proposal application in June 2018.
Help For Children grants are made to charitable organizations that address child abuse through prevention or treatment. Our grants provide support to ongoing program services, to programs looking to expand, and to new programs/projects. Time-limited projects are also funded, such as the writing of a sexual abuse prevention workbook.
Help For Children/Hedge Funds Care (HFC) grants are awarded to charitable organizations in four impact areas that address child abuse and through four practice areas described below.
Educating children to heighten awareness of what abuse is and how to avoid it; educating adults on how to recognize signs of abuse in children.
Counseling sexually and physically abused children & youth to allow for healing.
Supporting abused youth in building resilience and coping skills to prepare for a successful and stable adulthood.
Linking at-risk families to community support services and addressing issues of domestic violence, mental illness, homelessness and substance abuse to
prevent child abuse.
Help For Children does not fund lobbying activities, annual fundraising drives and projects undertaken by individuals. HFC also does not make multi-year grants.
If you have any questions about your organization's eligibility, please contact Ari Davis, Grants Manager and Board Liaison, at 212-991-9600 ext. 343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The funds raised at each HFC benefit are used to support eligible non-profits who are providing services in the area where the event was held. HFC funds organizations in the following geographic areas:
Help For Children uses a two-stage process for the grant application:
To review and complete the Letter of Intent with further details for submission, please download: Letter of Intent.
In each region, HFC establishes a partnership with a child welfare specialist known as the Academic Consultant. The Academic Consultants fulfill three important roles:
The application deadlines differ based on the geographic location of the organization.
If you have any questions about how to apply, please contact Ari Davis, Grants Manager and Board Liaison, at 212-991-9600 ext. 343 or email@example.com