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Mustique Charitable Trust Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund
Introduction On the night of October 31st, 2010 Hurricane Tomas destroyed many homes and agricultural crops, especially banana production, in the north Windward and Leeward areas of St. Vincent. Funds were donated by Homeowners on the island of Mustique to the Mustique Charitable Trust (MCT) for disaster relief and the rebuilding of communities in the hurricane stricken areas. Funds donated were used for house repairs, the building of new homes for those who had their homes totally destroyed, repairs and renovations to St. Benedicts Children’s Home and for assistance to the agricultural sector. In early April 2011 heavy rains caused extensive flooding in the Windward area to communities just recovering from Hurricane Tomas. The Trust donated a further EC$200,000 to the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to assist with repairs to infrastructure and homes caused by the extensive floods. The Trust thanks the following for their collaboration in reaching as many families as possible to rebuild their lives after these two disasters: Mustique Homeowners The Mustique Company (MCL) Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Transformation, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry Of Housing, Informal Human Settlements, Physical Planning, Land And Surveys Republic of China Technical Mission Horticulture Development Fund National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) All the families thanked the MCT for its assistance and being so proactive in providing building materials quickly after Hurricane Tomas. Many provided their own labour to repair homes enabling the Trust to assist more families than originally anticipated.
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Donations to July 2011 EC $1, 476,025.20 Name of Donors East Riding Foundation Mr Craig & Sarah Richardson Mr Felix Dennis Mr Ian Lundin Sir Mick Jagger Mr John Robinson Mr Mark Cecil Mr Patrick & Mrs Fauchier Mr Olof Winkler Mrs Camilla Woodward Mrs Mary Wells Lawrence Ms Maguy LeCoze
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Homes Repaired in Sandy Bay (Phase One) Repairs to 31 Homes Material Cost: $212, 185.46 Labour Cost: None Total : $212, 185.46
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Home Repaired in Cane Garden belonging to Junior Sutherland Number of Homes: 1 Material Cost: $1, 685.44 Labour Cost : None Total : $1, 685.44
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Home Repaired in Arnos Vale belonging to Gloria Durrant Number of Homes: 1 Material Cost: $9, 172.30 Labour Cost : None Total : $9, 172.13
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Construction of Seven (7) Homes in North Leeward Material Cost: $ 41, 067.00 Labour Cost : $ 80, 000.00 Total : $121, 067.00 Seven (7) new homes were constructed for families living on the North Leeward side of St. Vincent. These homes were completely destroyed by Hurricane Tomas. These were built in collaboration with the Ministry Of Housing, Informal Human Settlements, Physical Planning, Land and Surveys with names supplied by NEMO.
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund $72, 500.00 Donations to the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Transformation, Forestry and Fisheries. The MCT donated EC$72, 500 of which $57, 500.00 is to be used by Agriculture Input Warehouse for seedlings and fertilizer for 400 farmers and $15, 000 to the Taiwan Technical Mission for the purchase of one greenhouse to be donated to the Agricultural Science Department of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Technical and Vocational College.
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund St.Benedicts Day Nursery and Children’s Home Inc. Material Cost: $34, 402.00 Labour Cost : $24, 658.00 Total : $59, 060.00 Before Repairs:
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund $200, 000.00 Donation to the Government of St.Vincent and the Grenadines for Flood Relief Donation of EC $200,000 from the Mustique Charitable Trust to assist the Government of St Vincent the Grenadines and the people of the North and Central Windward area of St Vincent with the rehabilitation of communities affected by floods April 11 – 12, 2011.
Hurricane Tomas Relief Fund Building Materials Donated by East Riding Foundation. Building Material Cost: $ 249, 175.09 Building material was purchased and shipped from Miami. They were then stored in a warehouse provided by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines at Campden Park.