The Amarone Charitable Trust was established in December 2014 with the aim to find solutions and provide assistance for needs that weren’t being met in the global community, with a specific focus on Barbados.
We work with leading organisations and partners to fund and support charitable initiatives specifically within the pillars of athletics, children and disaster relief. Our goals are as follows:
At The Amarone Charitable Trust, our work is a testament to the strength of unity and compassion. As we continue to champion Athletics, Children, and Disaster Relief, we invite you to be a part of something greater than yourself. Together, we can build a brighter, more resilient future for Barbados and beyond. Join us today in making a meaningful impact that echoes through generations to come.
Over the years,The Amarone Charitable Trust has touched countless lives, leaving an indelible mark on the communities we serve. From facilitating athletic programs that empower individuals to organizing events that bring joy to children’s lives, and from offering a helping hand during disasters to fostering long-term resilience, our impact reverberates far and wide.
When disaster strikes, the aftermath can be overwhelming. Our Disaster Relief pillar is a beacon of hope during these challenging times. Through swift and strategic responses, we provide essential aid, relief supplies, and support to affected communities. By standing by their side, we help them rebuild their lives, restore their dignity, and emerge stronger than ever.
The Amarone Charitable Trust is dedicated to providing assistance to underserved communities and individuals. Through various programs and initiatives, the trust aims to address the needs and improve the quality of life for those who are marginalized, disadvantaged, or facing economic and social challenges.
The Amarone Charitable Trust’s Health & Wellbeing section focuses on promoting and supporting initiatives that improve the physical and mental health, as well as the overall wellness, of individuals and communities. Through various programs and partnerships, the trust strives to enhance access to healthcare services, promote healthy lifestyles, and address mental health challenges. The aim is to contribute to a healthier and more balanced society by addressing health disparities and fostering well-being for all.
Fight N Fit proposes to launch an After-School Boxing Program. It is our belief that a program of this kind will provide an outlet to engage and advocate for increased physical activity in the youth,
The Schoolhouse for Special Needs Inc. (The Schoolhouse) was first established in 2006 with a modest group of students operating from the residence of its Founder, Yasmin Vlahakis.
During 2016 the trust approached UNICEF in Switzerland to collaborate on implementing an initiative to assist children in need, be it Syria, Yemen or in other places such as Nepal, which is still suffering from the earthquakes of 2015.
ACT supports and funds charitable initiatives within the three pillars of Athletics, Children and Disaster Relief. These pillars are not mutually exclusive and often overlap with each other. The support of the ACT is not limited to these three pillars as its aim is to lend a hand with any need that isn’t currently being met. As of early 2020, the ACT has funded over 20 different projects.