Some see a building. We see a home for critical services for our community.

The Cayman Islands Red Cross Headquarters building has served the Cayman community for over 30 years. Our building operates as a primary hurricane shelter and is the first shelter to open in the event of an emergency. It houses the Thrift Shop Community Outreach Programme which provides goods free of cost to the most vulnerable in our community. It is also the venue for many services, workshops and training as well as free weekly HIV testing. Our Building is in dire need of much-needed renovations, and overall improvements to meet current building codes and provide a safe and conducive space to the vulnerable population we serve.


We need to raise CI $600,000 to make our vision a reality.
Will you help?

Total pledges to date : $310,000
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You are safeguarding Cayman’s future, our children. You are giving hope and a hand-up to those that need it most in our community. You are saving lives when there is an emergency or accident. You are providing a place for people to feel safe. We can’t afford to lose our building. The consequences for the Cayman community are far too great. Your donation will improve the lives of the most vulnerable in Cayman.

How we impact our community

  • First shelter to open in an emergency
  • Post disaster community based health & safety campaigns
  • Deployment of first aid volunteers to all non-emergency shelters on island
  • Assistance with transportation of the elderly and other vulnerable persons
  • Restoring family links in Cayman and abroad
  • 24 organisations develop child safeguarding policies, practices and procedures
  • 8 to 12 weeks customized Sexuality Education Curriculum developed for various educational institutions
  • 26 Peer Educators/20 Adult Facilitators trained for "It's Not Your Fault" violence prevention programme
  • 555 persons trained in Darkness to Light child sexual abuse prevention
  • 150 people supported by our Thrift Shop
  • 60 lifeguard and water safety trainings
  • 1220 certified in First Aid
  • 115 new volunteers inducted into the organisation in 2017
  • Does not meet current building code in the Cayman Islands for fire, electrical, plumbing and accessibility
  • Roof not to current hurricane rating standards
  • Inadequate facilities to provide optimal and humane refuge for 95 persons
  • Not accessible to people with special needs

Help us change lives

There are many ways in which corporate partners and individuals can help us reach our campaign goal and support the most important relief agency in the Cayman Islands. Click here to view the available sponsorship opportunities.

Let's make it happen

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