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HOW TO HELP

Like any non-profit organisation, we depend on our local community for support. In the future, we are aiming for the farm to be self-sustaining so we can continue to run our social programme, but we are not yet at the stage where sales of Beacon Farms products can fully fund our operations.

1. MAKE A DONATION

We welcome monetary donations of any size to help us cover payroll, scale up our farming projects and employ more Caymanians in recovery.

As a social enterprise, we aim to become financially self-sufficient, but we aren't there yet.

You can also donate in kind. If you have green waste, dry coconuts, coconut seedlings, soil (in bulk) or used pots, we can always put them to good use.


 

Beacon Farms is a non-profit organisation with earning power. Through sales of agricultural produce and manufactured goods, plus revenue generated by Beacon Farming Services, we expect to break even by the end of 2025. We need help bridging the gap to keep our programme running. 

If you would like to support Beacon Farms, we invite you to consider the following sponsorship packages:

2023 FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

Mahogany

$500 funds one programme member for a week

Bronze

$25,000 funds one programme member for one year

Bull Thatch

$2,000 funds one programme member for a month

Silver

$50,000 funds one programme member of staff for two years

Silver Thatch

$5,000 funds one programme member for 10 weeks

Gold

$75,000 funds one programme member for three years

SPONSOR A TREE

Our next project is to plant a new orchard with fruit trees including mango, ackee, soursop, and breadfruit. A donation of $100 covers the cost of propagation and maintenance until the tree's first harvest

2. BECOME A PARTNER

As a non-profit organisation, every penny counts. If your company is able to offer us a discount on goods or services, please get in touch.We appreciate any contribution that helps us reduce our operating costs and brings us closer to our goal of becoming financially self-sufficient.

3. BECOME A VOLUNTEER

If you are willing to donate your time or expertise, we always welcome an extra pair of hands or a new perspective – whether that’s selling produce on a market stall or consulting on a new project, we appreciate all the kind and generous people who invest their valuable time and knowledge.

BEACON FARMS PARTNERS

We are grateful for the support we’ve received in the community and would like to thank and recognize the following individuals and organisations as our Donors and Supporters of Beacon Farms:

DONORS

Susan Anne Olde, O.B.E.

AALL Foundation

Geary Lynch

SUPPORTERS

Advanced Composting

Bridge Foundation

Paradise Landscaping

North Sound Golf Club

Susie Bodden

Rachel Fogle
(Harrisburg University)

Garry Green
(G2 Spatial)

Annika Minott
(CARDI)

Caroline Schroder

AMR Consulting Engineers

Equestrian Centre

Phoenix Consulting

UCCI

Tim Daley
(Cay Shred)

Woody Foster
(Foster's IGA)

Michael Hartley
(Universal Leaf)

Jane Moon

Joel Scott

Atlantic Supply Ltd.

Harrisburg University

Progressive Distributors

Geoff Anderson
(Universal Leaf)

John Doak

Antoinette Gayle
(UCCI)

Greg Lipton

Henry Nichols

Simon & Candy Whicker

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