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Charitable Donations in Pacific Islands & French Polynesia

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Sea Mercy

The Sea Mercy program is about providing much needed health care services (medical, dental and eye), disaster response & recovery, education and economic development programs to the remote islands in the South Pacific.

TETEPARE

A conservation jewel in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands.

YachtAid Global

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YachtAid Global is the yachting industry's leading humanitarian charity, partnering with luxury yachts to facilitate emergency responses to devastated coastal communities after natural disasters.

Clear Ocean Pact

Reducing & removing the dependency of single-use plastics from yachting…are you ready to take ownership of your yacht's plastic footprint responsibilities?

Charitable Donations

Many items are in short supply in the outlying islands so donations from visiting yachts are most gratefully received: Suggested items include: Clothing & shoes - especially for children and babies - pots & pans, pencils, educational books, solar lights and fishing gear and of course dry food items such as dried milk and rice.

Rise Beyond the Reef

Rise Beyond the Reef bridges the divide between remote communities, government and the private sector in the South Pacific, sustainably creating a better world for women and children.

The Laboratory at the Prince Wellington Ngu Hospital

A very important facility to be aware of is the ‘State of the Art’ Laboratory and Blood transfusion department at the hospital.

The Royal Nomuka Yacht Club – the Royal Kingdom of Tonga

The RNYC clubs aim is to reintroduce the lost art and traditions of Vaka sailing to the youth (15-25) and to introduce the International Optimist dingy to 9-15 year old Tongans.

Threads Across the Pacific

With donated sewing machines and materials coming from New Zealand, a team of volunteers periodically visit Vanuatu to teach and educate the unemployed village ladies in the skills of fine finishing sewing so as to both clothe and support their families.