Bradshaw Youth Center - The re-dedication of the Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw Child Care Center significantly continues one of the visions of the First National Hero, the Rt. Excellent Sir Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw. The Prime Minister expressed thanks and appreciation to the developers of Christophe Harbour and Razo Construction for contributing to the renovation of the building.
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Prego the Police Dog - The Coalition of Support for St. Kitts-Nevis Security Initiatives (CSSKNSI) held a donation ceremony on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at the Independence Square in support of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force to hand over a German shepherd to the police K-9 Unit. In addition, the ceremony provided an opportunity to share the importance of proper animal care to the general public. The CSSKNSI was formed to promote unity through one voice representing several organizations on the island.
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Crime Stoppers - Crime Stoppers, a community based public safety initiative, launched in St. Kitts on December 14, 2012. Crime Stoppers is a respected 32-year-old organization that began in New Mexico in July 1975 and has since grown into a global organization with 1200 programs in 26 countries. The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis is now the 27th country. The Christophe Harbour Foundation donated $19,244 EC to the initiative, acknowledging all that it means to keeping the citizens of and guests to The Federation safe.
Though perhaps the greatest danger in St. Kitts is to become awe-struck by its natural beauty and topography, it is nice to know that it is a place where neighbors look out for each others' welfare, and businesses support the greater good.
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Yoga At The Beach House To Benefit Hospitalized Children - More than 80 yogis from across St. Kitts gathered at the Beach House on November 24th for a morning of yoga practice to raise money and help provide comfort to hospitalized children.
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St. Kitts Leatherback Sea Turtle Makes Its Way To Massachusetts - A leatherback turtle from St.Kitts was found earlier this month off the coast of Massachusetts in the North Atlantic Ocean. The turtle, named Kitty, was originally tagged in St. Kitts by the The St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network (SKSTMN). Exciting news for Dr. Kimberly Stewart and her team at SKSTMN. Kitty's movements can be tracked online.
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The St. Kitts Music Festival Is Music To Our Ears - The St. Kitts Music Festival is an explosion of Caribbean musical culture. Major international stars bring reggae, soca, calypso, gospel, R&B, and more to Basseterre's Warner Park Sporting Complex from Thursday, June 28 to Saturday, June 30.
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The Shell Game: Sponsorship Of The Turtle Monitoring Network - While we here at Christophe Harbour have a great many people to thank for protecting St. Kitts' stunning, natural environment, the Dermochelys coriacea reserve their heartfelt gratitude for Dr. Kimberly Stewart, of the St. Kitts Turtle Monitoring Network.
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St. Kitts Carnival - There's no better way to enjoy St. Kitts over the holidays than by attending the St. Kitts Nevis carnival. Carnival begins in mid-December and spans three fun-filled weeks of pageants, parades, and bacchanalian splendor, culminating with the Grand Carnival Parade on New Year's day. The carnival is the only one in the Caribbean that blends the spirit of Christmas with the colorful display of the nation's culture and African heritage. For more about the St. Kitts Nevis carnival, visit the website at www.stkittsneviscarnival.com.
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Turtle Camp - St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network hosts an annual Sea Turtle Camp. The focus of this environmentally themed camp is to introduce children to the different types of endangered sea turtles that live and nest in and around St. Kitts and to educate them on ecosystems and how to keep the natural environment healthy. With the help of sponsors like Christophe Harbour, the organization was able to accommodate more than 80 children (6-13 years of age) over the 2-week camp period.
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Junior Achievement Company Programme - Junior Achievement Worldwide is the world's largest non-profit, non-Governmental organisation dedicated to educating young people about the value of free enterprise, business and economics through its JA Programmes.

Junior Achievement St. Kitts and Nevis continues to manage the Junior Achievement Company Program within the Secondary Schools of the Federation, part of which has been facilitated by the private sector through its sponsorship of the Program since its inception in 2004.

The Rotary Club of St. Kitts The Rotary Club of St. Kitts provides young men and women (age 18-30) an opportunity to "give back" to the community in a framework of fellowship, while enhancing their leadership skills and promoting international understanding.

Hands Across the Sea - Co-Founder Harriet and Tom ("T.L.") Linskey's aim is to promote children's literacy and assist schools and libraries in Caribbean communities through the distribution of books. Hands works directly with school principals, teachers, learning-support advisors, community leaders, local NGOs, and U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers affiliated with Caribbean schools to find out what books and classroom materials students (from pre-school to high school) need to improve learning and literacy.

Advancement of Children's Foundation - The Advancement of Children's Foundation is a non-Government entity. The Foundation was established in 2008 by the Rotary Club of St. Kitts and Liamuiga to counteract the trend of rising violence and antisocial behavior amongst the youths through promotion of good parenting, family and social values.

Pediatric Assistance League of St. Kitts (PALS) - The Pediatrics Assistance League of St. Kitts and Nevis (PALS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the availability of essentially needed medical treatment and health care to the children of St. Kitts & Nevis. PALS employs the belief that "it takes a village to raise a child". The primary focus is to ensure a better quality of life for all children of St. Kitts and Nevis.

St. Kitts Children's Home Walk & Run - The St. Christopher Children's Home was constructed and established by the St. Christopher Children's Home and Service League Association Limited, opening in 1950. The home is a place of safety for children, up to nineteen (19) years of age, who are at risk in the Community and who do not otherwise have a place to live.