We Believe In Bringing People Together For A Bigger Cause
Perfect Heart formed in response to the biggest hurricanes to ever hit land. Hurricanes, plural. The devastation was unlike anything before and something had to be done. Through helping whoever needed and utilizing our vast networks we were able to get an incredible amount of relief supplies to island and then distributed to the most vulnerable populations. We realized that people all over the world wanted to help, but didn't know how. We were quite literally the boots on the ground, assessing, coordinating, and distributing a full range of supplies and services.
Our programs are not storm centered exclusively anymore, because we want to be more than that. We want to be one of the driving forces behind helping the community get back their humanity and be more resillent. The Hurricanes are not what we're focused on fully anymore, but they are at the core of why we exist. We acknowledge and learn from those experiences and channel that towards building a stronger Virgin Islands.
Perfect Heart collaborates with various organizations and brings people together to promote our initiatives help raise awareness for our cause(s). We encourage you to be a part of the solution by joining our programs and events. #weareallinthistogether
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
VI WISE is asking for donations to raise money for a house that is run by the Family Resource
Center— an organization that helps woman and children escape domestic violence and sexual assault
on the island of St. Thomas, USVI. By donating you will help create a safe home for deserving
individuals by providing a hurricane rated roof made from 100% recycled plastics
Have a big heart and able to spare at least an hour of your time each week? Our USVI youth need mentors!
Sign up on our volunteer page and/or email email@example.com to help with our community cleanups! You can donate your time to volunteer with us, or if you're off-island, please consider a micro-pledge donation of $6.02 cents per cleanup (usually one per month), which represents the 6.02 miles of our coastline we are trying to protect - we look forward to hearing from you!
We would like to carry out the dream of the late Molly Spang who always wanted to open her own summercamp to teach kids how to swim.