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Organizations in the BVI

Having a relative small population compared to many places in the world, doesn't hinder the BVI from having a diverse host of organizations ranging from Rotary Clubs to International Olympic Committees, covering all types of sports. Environmentally minded, the BVI also has organizations that aim to keep the seas and wildlife found in the islands safe from over development of its precious surroundings, and the organizations work alongside with the BVI government to assure that the islands are preserved in pristine condition. Visiting members of clubs that are established in the BVI readily encourage a visit to their meetings to see what the BVI is doing to better their country, and at the same time work within the community on various fundraisers to lend a helping hand to those that may not be as fortunate.

American Hibiscus Society - British Virgin Islands Chapter
P.O. Box 3476
Road Town, Tortola BVI
The purpose of the American Hibiscus Society, one of the larger specialized plant societies, is to encourage and promote the development and improvement of hibiscus and to collect, record and pass on information concerning hibiscus. It is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Venice, Florida.
BVI Chamber of Commerce & Hotel Association
P.O. Box 376, James Frett Building
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Since 2000, BVICCHA and the Government of the Virgin Islands have worked hand-in-hand to find solutions to problems, issues and potential situations that may be adverse to a good quality economic and social life in the BVI. Currently, BVICCHA has a membership of 250 companies. The BVICCHA currently holds membership in the Caribbean Hotel Association and the Caribbean Association of Industry & Commerce.
BVI National Parks Trust
61 Main Street
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Our Mission is to preserve and manage designated natural and cultural areas in order to improve the quality of life in the British Virgin Islands.
Kids and the Sea (KATS)
P.O. Box 200
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Kids And The Sea is a water sports program based in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. KATS purpose is to #1 promote safety in boats and around the sea. Our second goal is to open the sea that surrounds us for a means of safe recreation for our youth. Thirdly, we expose local children to possible career opportunities in the marine industries.
Lions Club of Tortola
P.O. Box 62
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Lions Club International meets the needs of our local communities and the world. Md 60, District 60-B, Lions Club of Tortola covers the BVI. Join us in making our communities and the world better places to live.
Rotary Club of Tortola
P.O. Box 10
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.
The Caribbean Artisan Network
Tortola BVI
The Caribbean Artisan Network is a four year old regional organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Caribbean Arts and crafts. By creating links between artisans, the network functions to strengthen the production of traditional and innovative Caribbean crafts, through educational workshops, marketing initiatives and skill preservation efforts. The Artisan Network is dedicated to increasing the commercial viability of craft as an income generator and as a crucial aspect of maintaining Caribbean cultural identity.
Virgin Gorda Garden Club
P.O. Box 35
The Valley, Virgin Gorda BVI
The Virgin Gorda Garden Club is a non-profit organization of local residents interested in gardening and living on the British Virgin Island of Virgin Gorda. Members of the club improve their knowledge and understanding of gardening in a tropical environment by meeting every month to exchange information.
P.O. Box 3042
Road Town, Tortola BVI
Virgin Islands Search and Rescue (VISAR) is a voluntary organisation dedicated to saving life at sea. It is the officially recognised search and rescue service in the British Virgin Islands, where it provides 24-hour cover every day of the year in close co-operation with the Royal British Virgin Islands police, fire and ambulance services.
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