Annual Reports

Dear Friends and supporters of the Trust; As mentioned in our 2016 report, the Because of Jenna Respite Centre opened at the beginning of October, 2017 with four children being registered as participants therefore making this an historical event for us approximately 15 years after the Trust was...
Disbursements during 2016 were $317K with $75K of this being allocated to our monthly pamper drive and $50K towards our Home Therapy Program. Requests for support in both of these areas are continually on the rise as they are critical, not only to the basic needs of the children, but also to their...
We are pleased to report that our disbursements increased during 2015 over the previous year by $45.5K. As always, our goal is to assist as many special children as possible and we are happy that there was not a single request which we were unable to fulfil. Physio and occupational therapy are key...
2014 realised an increase in annual spend of $40K over the previous year, totaling $340.5K, once again signifying the ongoing growth of the work of the Trust. The provision of pampers via our monthly Pamper Drive as well as the Wheelchair Clinic were responsible for the largest disbursements, these...
Our report for 2013 is indicative of the Trust's continued growth in terms of overall financial support for the severely challenged children and young adults in Barbados. For the first time ever we disbursed over $300,000 for the year in review, which means that we surpassed 2012's expenditure by...
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As always our Annual Report is published in order to provide everyone with the Trust's overview of our work during the past year. During 2012, we disbursed BDS$237,000 injured children; the Wheelchair Clinics, Medical Supplies and monthly Pamper Drive comprised the major expenditure. $37,000 and $...
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The Trust disbursed $266,887 during 2011 as can be seen from the attached financials. This indicates an additional $40,000 in support of severely brain-injured children over the previous year. During 2011, our annual golf tournament was not held in October, however a gala evening donated by Sandy...
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The Trust's financial support of severely brain-injured children in Barbados continues to grow as can be seen from the attached financials. Expenditure during 2010 exceeded $225K, an increase of $40K over the previous year's. This is so very encouraging as it is indicative of the fact that despite...
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Annual Report 2009 I must open by apologising for the lateness of this Annual Report which is usually published around July. Circumstances beyond our control did not allow us to provide this timely but here it is and we expect to be able to publish 2010's Report much earlier next year. As such,...
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2008 was somewhat of a challenging year for us as our Wheelchair Clinic and orthopaedic surgeries were postponed over and over again due to circumstances beyond our control. I am happy to report however that during the last week of January and the first week of February, 2009 respectively, we had a...
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2007 As we entered into our fourth year as a registered charity, the Because of Jenna Trust continued to grow significantly. We began four years ago trying to meet the needs which were "slipping between the cracks" so to speak, but because of your generous support and the way we have been able to...
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2006 proved to be a busy year for the Trust. Over the past three years we have established two annual fundraising events, the Valentines Ball and the Golf Tournament; these two fundraisers not only guarantee funds annually for the Trust but also allow us to increase the awareness of our work and,...
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Our first Valentines Ball was held at Fisherpond Great House on February 12, 2005 and was a huge success, this in no small part due to the many generous donations of equipment, food, services etc. as well as the overwhelming support of everyone who attended. In addition to the financial gain which...
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