St. Croix Foundation CARE Grant

GRANT CYCLE: June 18 – July 23, 2018

We are pleased to announce that the second cycle for the Foundation’s CARE Grant will open this June 18, 2018!

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, St. Croix Foundation has surveyed, interviewed, and conducted site visits to a number of nonprofit organizations on the island of St. Croix to inform a strategic grant award program that supports critical nonprofit organizations and charitable initiatives who serve the most vulnerable and under-served in our population. Our objective is to help organizations rebuild operations to their pre-hurricane status while also supporting capacity building for the expansion of services for sustainable impact. To read about the first cycle of the CARE Grant, you can learn more here.

As an operating and grantmaking community foundation, St. Croix Foundation understands that applying for grants takes time and energy, and we aim to make our process as constructive, transparent and efficient as possible.

Please review the CARE Grant Guidelines & Criteria carefully to confirm your eligibility to apply. Please note that applications will only be accepted from organizations and/or projects that were not grant recipients in the first grant cycle.

To apply, applicants are encouraged to use our online application.

If internet connectivity is an issue or you encounter any difficulties with the online process or have questions, please contact the Foundation’s Grants Manager, Jamilah Henry, at or call directly at 340.773.9898

The CARE Grant is one component of the Foundation’s holistic hurricane rebuilding programming through our CARE Fund. St. Croix Foundation extends its sincere gratitude to the countless national foundations, corporations and individual donors who have made the CARE Fund and these grants possible, including W.K. Kellogg Foundation, JPB Foundation, AARP, Johnson & Johnson, Miami Foundation, and Newman’s Own Foundation; all of which awarded first time grants to the Territory to support St. Croix Foundation’s work and the Territory’s recovery.