KASSSI believes in a collaborative approach to problem solving, and we are keen to seek out like-minded individuals, government agencies or community bodies with whom we can work together.
Our objective is to focus on what each party does best: by sharing ideas, strategies, financial and other resources, and establishing specific roles for each participant, these strategic alliances and joint ventures can bring great rewards for both parties. We have so far made some very constructive links with schools in rural Jamaica and local schools in the Uk south London area, as well as the Social Development Commission in Jamaica.
If you are interested in finding out more about KASSSI’s charity links, please feel free to get in touch:
- Contact any of the Committee members for more information;
- Send us an email with your thoughts via our ‘Contacts’ page;
- Visit our ‘Volunteer’ page to see what you can do to help.
And remember: “It is in the giving, that we receive” (St Francis of Assisi 1181- 1226).
Wallington High School for Girls is a selective academy for approximately 1400 girls aged between 11 and 18. The school in partnership with KASSSI, have been inspirational with the inception and creation of our KASSSI Bird Boxes.
Boutcher Primary is a smaller than average school situated in a very culturally and socially mixed area of London. Boutcher Primary School were one of our earliest sponsors and started funding drives through various initiatives such as a ‘READ-A-THON’.
The Big Give provides an intelligent way for proactive philanthropists to support charities and projects of interest, and for charities to engage with donors new and old.
William Rose specialise in providing premium quality organic and free range meat, poultry and game. We are extremely grateful that they, in partnership with KASSSI are supporters of our KASSSI Bird Box Appeal.
Old Palace of John Whitgift School is an independent day school for girls located in central Croydon. The school educates over 870 girls from 4 to 19 years in a combination of beautiful historic buildings and modern purpose-built facilities.
The Social Development Commission (SDC) is the principal community organization agency working with Jamaica’s 783 communities. The SDC have been heavily involved in our Community Education & Information Programmes.