Network and affiliate(s) We do our work with and through the Nathan Ebanks Foundation in Jamaica to support children and families, parents and caregivers, community groups, NGOs, schools and children’s homes. These entities meet our criteria for measurable impact, maintaining an efficient track record and excellence.
The Nathan Ebanks Foundation in Jamaica conducts site visits, evaluates progress and submits biannual reports.
Special projects and campaigns “We at the NECAG are asking you to help us on our mission to make a more inclusive Jamaica real! We support children and families touched by disabilities by facilitating the provision of training and rehabilitation support through the Nathan Ebanks Foundation (the NEF). We really need your help to do this! We are seeking $65,000 to enable the NEF to train more carers to give children with severe disabilities the resources they need to share in community life. We work every day for a better life for our children. 200,000 children in Jamaica rely on us. Please help us to create an inclusive and just world for them!
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More about the NEF The Nathan Ebanks Foundation® (The NEF) is a registered Jamaican non-profit organization that works for the inclusion, participation and empowerment of children with disabilities and special education in Jamaica. The foundation is committed to ensuring that all children with disabilities and special needs in Jamaica receive equal access, necessary resources, and the opportunity to realize their full potential.
As a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, the NECAG relies on individual and corporate contributions made by donors who believe in our work and will advocate on our behalf. To ensure their generosity merits the respect and trust of the general public and that donors and prospective donors can enjoy complete confidence in our fiduciary stewardship of their gifts, the Nathan Ebanks Children Advocacy Group Inc. monitors compliance with applicable federal and state regulations, files audited financial statements, and makes material information available to donors upon requests.