United Way of Trinidad & Tobago, in partnership with Plastikeep, Carib-Glass, Ace Recycling Caribbean, Tetra, the Solid Waste Management Company Limited, Waste Disposals Limited and the Environmental Management Authority will be encouraging the public to take part in our National Day of Caring 2016 by demonstrating that recycling is worth the effort and is crucial to sustainability in Trinidad & Tobago.
Today Hyatt Regency Trinidad is giving US$15,000 to one of our NGOs. Join us in congratulating our friends at The Cotton Tree Foundation; winners of a 2015 Hyatt Community Grant!
This year, the Hyatt Community Grants program will award over $350,000 to 31 nonprofits across the globe. Since 2008, colleagues at Hyatt hotels have helped direct more than $2.35 million to 197 nonprofits in 43 countries around the world.
See what happens when over 3000 volunteers come out to complete 61 projects across the country on Sunday May 17, 2015. This day was made possible by 150 companies participating and the general public who were invited to participating in a recycling drive accepting glass, plastics and paper items.
United Way of Trinidad & Tobago, in partnership with Plastikeep, Carib-Glass, Ace Recycling Caribbean Recycling in Motion and Tetra will be encouraging the public to take part in our National Day of Caring 2015 by demonstrating that recycling is worth the effort and is crucial to sustainability in Trinidad & Tobago.
Going strong in our second year 72 companies working on 76 projects across the country. UWTT encourages companies and their volunteer staff to identify, commit and complete a project using their creativity, resources and thoughtfulness.
The first ever National Day of Caring took place on Sunday May19th, 2013 in Trinidad & Tobago. 59 companies took part to take on 75 projects across the country to foster the spirit of volunteerism. 2603 volunteers took part and the day impacted the lives of thousands of individuals from children to families.
United Way Trinidad & Tobago has opened the doors of the newly rebuilt St. Joseph of Cluny Sisters’ primary school in Haiti. Built in partnership with the Digicel Foundation Haiti, Ecole Mere Louise is named after Mère Louise Wright, a Trinidadian religious, foundress of the St. Joseph of Cluny Mission in Haiti in June 1864.