For a brighter future
Launched in 2015, this project aims to help break the cycle of poverty and improve quality of life of youth and young adults in Grenada by providing food, clothing, living supplies and access to education.
We believe all young people deserve the opportunity to create successful futures.
Our goal is to engage and empower youth with the tools they need to get ahead starting with improving their daily living conditions.
Under this project, sponsors and donors contribute to:
- Education: Through books, uniforms and school supplies
- Food: By providing access to sustainable food and nutrition to help children grow
- Quality of Life: By providing clothing and toiletries to improve the well-being of children in the household
Young people are the future. Supporting them as they grow strengthens our community, commerce, health and culture – the pillars of a vibrant country. Grenada is often seen as an island paradise, with multiple opportunities and support for youth; however, this simply isn’t the case for everyone.
With your support, we partner with the child and their family to transform a struggling family into one that is thriving.
If you are interested in sponsoring a child or family, or please fill out the form below and we will contact you with more details:
When you sponsor a child, you will receive:
• A photo of your child and information about his or her family and community
• An annual update from Spice Youth Toronto on their progress.
You can also:
• Arrange to meet your sponsored child and family on an individual or group visit
Through your donations and sponsorship, Spice Youth Toronto will coordinate three (3) shipments of care packages to the selected children/families per year (August, December, and April). Packages will vary based on the needs of the child and/or household.
Accountability – How are the children/families selected?
Potential recipients are recommended by the Ministry of Social Development, Grenada and submitted to Spice Youth Toronto. Submissions are blind reviewed (names and identifiers omitted) by the SYTCI Adopt-A-Child committee made up of SYT members, community leaders and professionals to assess eligibility, need and type of support to be provided. Families are then contacted and arrangements for delivery coordinated through the Ministry of Social Development.
Thank you from our families!