CLUBS & NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS IN ANTIGUA
Antigua has a wide variety of clubs, societies, groups and organisations throughout the Island. If you're looking for Antigua club or organisation of like minded people during your vacation here on Antigua choose from the list below.
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|A & B ASSOCIATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Disability awareness and support group focusing on changing the attitude of society towards children and adults with disabilities and to improve the services available to disabled persons in Antigua.|
|A & B COALITION OF SERVICE INDUSTRIES is an organisation that facilitates the growth and sustainable development of Antigua and Barbuda's Service Sector to become internationally competitive.|
|A & B SICKLE CELL ASSOCIATION is a non-profit organization its Mission is to administer quality care, support and educate clients and their families about Sickle Cell Disorders.|
|ANTIGUA & BARBUDA HOTELS & TOURISM ASSOCIATION is a non-government organisation and the representative voice of the local tourism private sector with a membership which comprises hotels, airlines and nearly 50 other tourism-related entities.|
|ANTIGUA & BARBUDA SEARCH AND RESCUE is a non-profit organization that provides 24/7 emergency assistance in and around Antigua and Barbuda, offering medical, fire fighting & search & rescue services.|
|ANTIGUA & BARBUDA STREET PASTORS INITIATIVE an interdenominational, Christian initiative aimed at reducing crime, rehabilitating those on the edge of society and fostering stronger,better balanced communities especially in traditionally tough and depressed areas.|
|ANTIGUA & BARBUDA WASTE RECYCLING CORP committed to the preservation and conservation of our environment and for the last three years has been demonstrating this through our recycling programme. |
|ANTIGUA BARBUDA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY |
Antigua Barbuda Horticultural Society, www.antiguahorticulture.com
P.O. Box W212 St. Johnâ€™s Antigua
Agave Gardens, Friars Hill Road St. Johnâ€™s.Â 268 725 5507
Single Membership is $50
Family Membership is $100
Sponsorship: Starts at $250
Paid annually in January of each year.
All are welcome
Our Annual Events:
Garden Fair: 1st Saturday of December
Flower and Garden Show: Last Saturday of March
For the development of the gardens, programs and community outreach.
Our General meetings are November through May and we have a quarterly executive Board meeting.
President - Mrs. Barbara Japal
Development - Mr. Patrick Ryan
Research - Mrs. Christina Martin
Secretary -Â Mrs. Generis Hodge
Membership - Mrs. Sue Ross
Treasurer - Mr. Barrett Green
Asst Treasurer - Mrs. Yvonne Martin
|ANTIGUA CONSERVATION SOCIETY is newly formed organisation that advocates for the protection of Antigua & Barbuda's fragile coastal and marine ecosystems for current and future generations |
|ANTIGUA HASH HOUSE HARRIERS Outdoor hiking party/group who take the the trails every other week to discover parts of Antigua rarely visited.|
|ANTIGUA OPERA SOCIETY is an organisation whose objectives are to stimulate the development of classical music, to create an annual Opera festival, and develop master classes for young Antiguan and Barbudan talent (both instrumentalists and singers).|
|ANTIGUA SAILING WEEK One of the premier sailing regattas in the world, Antigua Sailing Week welcomes participants from all corners of the globe.|
|ANTIGUA YACHT CLUB the premier yachting and sailing organisation located on Falmmouth Harbour.|
|CAUSES@ANTIGUANICE.COM Not every person or community that needs assistance has a formal organisation or group in place to assist them. Causes@Antiguanice.com allows us to support and publicise events, efforts,fundraisers and people in need quickly and effecively.|
|CPTSA WINGS SPORTS CLUB will endeavor to operate and promote its organization as a holistic sporting enterprise through professional and ethical standards, thus creating a viable, safe and uplifting avenue for its members.|
|CRICKET WEST INDIES is the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in the West Indies.|
|CUSHION CLUB Engages the children of Antigua and Barbuda in fun reading activities to increase their appreciation for the literary arts and help build their literacy skills.|
|DOGS AND CATS OF ANTIGUA is a registered non-profit with a mission to assist animals in distress and increase the welfare and protection of dogs and cats on the island. |
|DPI NAC A network of national assemblies or organizations of disabled people established to promote the human rights of disabled people.|
|ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS GROUP (EAG) is a not-for-profit non governmental organisation focussed on raising public awareness fo the values of, and threats to, natural resources in Antigua and promote their sustainable management.|
|FRIENDS FOUNDATION encompasses the Friends Outreach Program, The Friends of the Care Project, and the Friends Development Centre; which provides a home and basic care for a number of children with severe mental and physical disabilities.|
|HALO FOUNDATION provides advocacy and support to 35 local charities under the patronage of the Governor General and spouse, that are dedicated to addressing Youth and Education, Health and Social Welfare, and Civic and Community initiative.|
|IMPACT WORLD is an International body of performing arts, sporting and musical groups who partner with local organizations to carry out a series of campaigns and events in schools, communities and other institutions.|
|INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB A forum in which the membership explore and enjoy the history, culture and landscape of the Antigua & Barbuda.|
|JOLLY HARBOUR YACHT CLUB is operates in Jolly Harbour for sail and power yacht enthusiasts, or just people who love to have a great time.|
|JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT A program to develop and implement economic education programs for young people.|
|KIWANIS CLUB OF WADADLI The Kiwanis Club of Wadadli Young Professionals is dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.
Charter: January 18 2014
|LIBERTA SPORTS CLUB is one of the most recognized and organized Sports Clubs in Antigua and Barbuda. This Sports club has produced top national, regional and International personalities and is seeking to build on it's foundation to become more visible and professional.|
|NATIONAL SAILING ACADEMY is incorprated as a non-profit (charitable) organisation under the laws of Antigua & Barbuda and is administered by a board of volunteers. |
|OPTIMIST CLUB OF ST. JOHN'S was formed on March 11, 1992 as a local chapter of Optimist International which is a non-profit international network of volunteers dedicated to “Bringing out the Best in Kids”, through community service projects that provide young people with a helping hand and empowers them to be the best they can. |
|ROTARY CLUB OF ANTIGUA received its Charter on September 10, 1972 and has carried out a variety of Health, Education Social Outreach & Career Guidance projects in the community.|
|ROTARY CLUB OF ANTIGUA SUNDOWN (RCAS) was chartered in 2003 and is one of two Rotary Clubs in Antigua.RCAS is a part of an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace to those in need within our community.|
|SAILABILITY ANTIGUA offers the people of Antigua and Barbuda with disabilities the opportunity for social interaction and outdoor activity. Sailability's goal is to make sure that as many people as possible, regardless of type or severity of disability and age have a chance to discover what sailing could do for them.|
|ST. JOHN ASSOCIATION OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA is a charity funded non-profit organization. We are part of a worldwide order and we provide a number of free services to the people and communities of Antigua. HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?|
|STAND OUT INITIATIVE was created by New Creations and is designed to encourage young people to pursue Godliness, excellence in school and to become community players. |
|THE ANTIGUA PUBLIC LIBRARY Their mission is to provide and promote open access to reading, cultural, recreational, intellectual, and informational resources that enables the community's diverse population to promote personal and professional growth and lifelong learning. The library emphasizes efficient, convenient access and courteous, professional service.|
|THE BLUE DRAGONFLY FOUNDATION, INC. is a nonprofit foundation working exclusively in Antigua and Barbuda that will fill a huge gap in resources for young autistic adults on leaving education. |
|THE ROYAL NAVAL TOT CLUB The club meet daily to down half a gill, or 1/8 of an imperial pint of rum - find out why here.
|TOUCH RUGBY CLUB Learn how to play a less intense version of rugby without the tackles. Participation is fun and free, and improved fitness is guaranteed.|