Bellevue Chopin Primary School’s principal, Paula Laupen, wrote the following thanking Rebuild Dominica, Inc. for contributions made to her school: “On behalf of the Bellevue Chopin Primary School, I wish to express … sincere gratitude for Rebuild Dominica’s donation of school supplies. Your gift has already made a huge difference to the quality of teaching and learning at our school since we have put everything … Continue reading Bellevue Chopin Primary Donation
Rebuild Dominica ready and willing to provide more aid to Dominicans “Dominicans in the diaspora are continuing to show their commitment to the development of our Nature Isle through various avenues.” – CBN4 News (Dominica) Read More on CBN4 News Official Website! Continue reading CBN4 News Feature on Rebuild Dominica, Inc.
On August 27, 2015, the island of Dominica was terrorized by Tropical Storm Erika. Over 100 lives were lost, villagers lost their homes, and roadways were destroyed. The Commonwealth of Dominica was set back decades of progress. Today, a year later, Dominca’s courage shines brighter than ever! Citizens on-island and Dominicans in the Diaspora band together with supporters to forge on. Reconstruction is well under way! Continue reading Remembering the Victims of Tropical Storm Erika
On June 11, 2016, “Taste of Dominica” will provide an atmosphere of togetherness where attendees can mix and mingle while supporting a great cause! This event is a fundraiser hosted by Rainbow Family Christian Center to encourage continued disaster relief for The Commonwealth of Dominica. Proceeds will benefit Dominica’s school-aged children. Admission is $20 and the event will be held from 3:00 PM to 7:00 … Continue reading Please Support a Taste Of Dominica!
REBUILD DOMINICA: ON A CAMPAIGN TO ASSIST CADET CORPS WITH UNIFORMS AND RELIEF/RECOVERY GEAR by Tarnia Green “Rebuild Dominica Inc,” a non- profit relief organization based in Washington DC, helping to rebuild Dominica after the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika, has embarked on a fund raising campaign to get much needed funds towards the purchase of new uniforms and gear for the Cadet Corps … Continue reading Rebuild Dominica On A Campaign To Assist Dominica’s Cadet Corps
(Washington, DC ) — On Labor Day, in the wake of Tropical Storm Erika, Dominicans, and supporters of The Commonwealth of Dominica, came together during CARIFESTA. The Washington DC Mayor’s Caribbean Commission, led by Barbadian born Margaret Forde, and CARIFESTA, led by Trinidad & Tobago born Arthur Griffith, both announced their support of Dominica. During this urgent time of need, they agreed to lead a … Continue reading CARIFESTA Partners With Rebuild Dominica
Join us during our first donation drive event as we partner with Carifesta.com this Labor Day (September 7th 2015) at the Ronald Reagan Plaza in Washington, DC! We will be collecting non-perishable items for shipment to Dominica thanks to Caribbean Cargo DC: 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004 Continue reading CARIFESTA: Donation Drive Event on September 7th 2015