The Stone Foundation

Success Stories

After almost two decades, we've had many success stories in communities both on the island of Jamaica and in the US. Listed here are some of the success stories we've had over the past few years. These successes were definitely due to the hard work and dedication of our staff, donors and many volunteers.

OCTOBER 2016

The Stone Foundation's Robin B. Conyers Braxton Women's Health Initiative, sponsored the 4th annual Church Hill Women's Health Fair. Free groceries, mammograms, blood pressure screenings, diabetes screenings, coats, dental products, facials, clothing, medical information, educational information, health insurance information, hot meals and grocery vouchers were offered to those in need

JUNE 2016

The Stone Foundation delivered toys, school supplies and toiletries donated by the James River Chapter of The Links, to 70 pre-schoolers at Gordon's Early Childhood Institute in Big Bridge, Jamaica.

OCTOBER 2015

The Stone Foundation hosted the 3rd annual Robin B. Conyers Braxton Women's Health fair in Church Hill, Richmond, Virginia.

JANUARY 2015

The Stone Foundation shipped and installed a solar system at Gordon's Early Childhood Institute in Big Bridge, Jamaica. This allowed students to benefit from lights and fans for the first time. The school previously had no electricity.

JANUARY 2015

The Stone Foundation hosted the 5th annual Robin B. Conyers Braxton Women's Health Fair in Whitehouse, Jamaica. This event is held in honor of Ms. Hepsy White, a long time resident of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. Ms. White died from breast cancer in 2006.

OCTOBER 2014

The second annual Church Hill Community Health Fair was held in Richmond, Virginia on October 18, 2014. It was sponsored by The Stone Foundation.

MAY 2014

The Stone Foundation hosted the 4th annual Robin B. Conyers Braxton Women's Health Fair in Whitehouse, Jamaica. School supplies were also delivered to local pre-schoolers.

OCTOBER 2013

TSF's Robin B. Conyers Braxton Women's Health Initiative, sponsored the 1st annual Church Hill Women's Health Fair. Groceries, mammograms, blood pressure testing, diabetes testing, coats, dental products, facials, children's clothing, children's face painting, information {medical, educational, health insurance}, hot meals and grocery vouchers were offered to those in need.

JULY 2013

Over 60 participants from Own Touch Soccer and The Stone Foundation journeyed to Jamaica to take part in a series of cultural exchanges. Our journey included several days of soccer clinics with local Jamaican children. We also gave gently used soccer gear to the local youth. Later, we traveled to a local school, where we worked on the two room school building that serves over 70 students, without electricity.