Post Irma update and our amended Programmes

We are happy to announce that we are able to continue our usual menu at our Breakfast Programme schools in North and Middle Caicos. When Iris Stubbs Primary School in South Caicos resumes we will be providing their students with ready-to-eat breakfast items, as their canteen was severely damaged and their kitchen appliances destroyed. Mary Robinson Primary School students from Salt Cay are currently at school in Grand Turk, and we will be reaching them through our Food Bank Programme. 

It’s now more important than ever to reach as many children as possible with our free breakfast. Food for Thought will double its reach of the Food Bank Programme but we need to ask the public to donate to our Food Banks so we can reach even more children as we need ready to eat food such as granola bars, fruit cups and individual milk cartons. Many schools still do not have access to power and/or water, and most of their appliances have been ruined.

Food for Thought is of course also accepting monetary donations, through the usual routes – click here for details. 

Look out for our food banks at Quality Food Centre, Crust Bakery, Graceway Sports Centre, British West Indies Collegiate, Bark + Bliss, Scotiabank Grace Bay, West Indie and International School of Turks and Caicos Islands.