PROJECTS

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"You, the children, yours is the great responsibility to educate your parents, teach them to live together in harmony... To your tender and loving hands, the future of the Nation is entrusted. In your innocent hearts, the pride of the Nation is enshrined. On your scholastic development, the salvation of the Nation is dependent... you carry the future of Trinidad and Tobago in your school bags'.

Dr. Eric Williams 

Aspiring Minds Foundation collaborates with various community groups, youth organisations, and schools, lending our support to projects that are aimed at developing awareness of history, culture, and education. We also assist students from lower-income families, with learning tools needed for success. 

We are able to support these many different projects and activities through advertising on our websites and donations from friends and well-wishers. 

We are kindly asking you to lend your support every little helps to make a difference. Please click the form below for instructions, call 1-868-480-3445 or email us at aspiringmindstandt@gmail.com

Aspiring Minds Foundation held our first Back to School Supplies Drive in 2018, where we were able to assist over 25 students with textbooks and stationery and 62 students with stationery.

 

In 2019, through our Back to School Drive, we assisted 42 students with textbooks and stationery and 102 students with stationary.

 

 

We did not hold in 2020 due to Covid19. As we usually raise funds through various cake sales, bar-b-que, and other fundraisers.

 

We support:

 

The MS Dance Company with preparation for competitions and events that they are invited to. This group is made up of mostly girls from low-income families who showed interest and love the performing arts, some have competed in Sanfest, Emancipation, and Divali show. Aspiring Minds Foundation has supported them with costumes and other expenses ensuring their success.

 

Union Hall South Landerz Youth Steel Orchestra is a group of young panists that mostly come from at-risk communities, these teens use the national instrument as an escape from the challenges they face at home and in their community. They play music mostly in the gospel genre. We support their endeavors by assisting them with their various fundraising activities.

 

Morning Star ECCE Kindergarten School conducts many activities throughout the year for their students such as an Easter Bonnet Parade, Emancipation Dress Up, Glove Day, Sports, Christmas Dress Down and Treat, and many others. We assist with the making of costumes and transport.