Charity struggles to keep doors open to homeless – Barbados Today


A marked rise in homelessness coupled with a steep drop in financial donations has forced the Barbados Alliance to End Homelessness (BAEH) to find new ways to sustain its programmes for the people who live on City streets, the organisation’s founder has told Barbados TODAY. Kemar Saffrey, the founder of the 11-year-old charity said that […]
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Inniss awarded credit union scholarship - Barbados Today

The 2021 recipient of the Arnott Cato Foundation and the City of Bridgetown Credit Union Scholarship is Keira Inniss. The scholarship which is given out yearly, goes towards a select student who is pursuing a Masters in Public Health (MPH) programme at the University of the West Indies, and covers […]