United Way of Jamaica (UWJ) along with representatives from the Jamaica Bankers Association handed over JMD $4.5Million for the purchase of four (4) High Flow Nasal Devices and the accessories used in the treatment of COVID-19 patients in critical need of oxygen.

Mission: To mobilize resources to transform lives throughout Jamaica

Success Stories

  • The United Way of Jamaica gave a grant of  $600,000 to the Mount Olivet Boy's Home. This grant was used to clear and fence 4 acres of land to increase piggery, broiler chicken stock and increase rabbit rearing capacity. This programme will impact approximately 43 young boys, as well as the...
  • UWJ St.John’s Ambulance
     St.John’s Ambulance was provided with funding for their  “Youth Life Savers Programme.” The aim of this programme is to develop a skilled corps of children, trained in First Aid, CPR, fire, road and personal safety. This programme has trained approximately 300 at risk / unattached youth...
  • Sanguinetti Early Childhood Institution
    The Sanguinetti Early Childhood Institution located in rural Trelawny was awarded  funding for the construction of a perimeter fence for their play area and storage area. Sanguinetti was 42% certified by the Early Childhood Commission (ECC) before UWJ’s funding but received full certification...

Your generous contribution will enable us to keep fighting for the health, education and financial stability of every person in Jamaican communities.

Donors Hall Of Fame

Our 2018 Highest Corporate donor Carreras Limited has for over 50 years been invested in Corporate Social Responsibilities activities in support of different social, cultural, environmental and educational projects, fulfilling its role of a good Corporate citizen within the communities in which it operates.



For the 5th consecutive year this philanthropist from central Jamaica, Dr. Robert Chen received the Highest Individual Donor Award.

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