Birdies for Charity Partners

Age Concern

Today, Age Concern Bermuda is an independent, non-profit organization with a membership of approximately 6000 persons over the age of 50 years old. Our programs consist of information, advice and referral services provided through our Call Centre, financial hardship fund support for groceries, prescription drugs, food and minor home repairs for qualifying members. In addition, Age Concern members have access to free information seminars, discounts and concessions from local businesses including but not limited to legal assistance, successful ageing planning and home care support.

Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

The Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, a registered charity, was established in 1984 by a small group of local artists, whose primary objective was: ‘To promote an appreciation and understanding of the visual arts and crafts in Bermuda through exhibitions, workshops and education.’

Bermuda Cancer and Health

As a registered not-for-profit, Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre is engaged in providing the highest standard of cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support to all in our local community.

Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning

The Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning is Bermuda’s only school specifically for children with diagnosed language-based learning difficulties such as dyslexia.  Its mission is to empower students, beginning at age 6, who have learning differences and learn best in a non-traditional environment that facilitates their individual styles.  The Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Foundation was created to raise funds to support the mission of the school and provide tuition bursaries for families needing financial assistance.

Bermuda Diabetes Association

Lead the Bermuda Community to reduce the prevalence of Diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected.

The Bermuda National Trust

The Bermuda National Trust is an independent, membership-based registered charity with the mission to protect and promote Bermuda’s unique natural and cultural heritage for everyone, forever.  We care for 277 acres of property that represents much of the best of Bermuda’s heritage, including historic houses, nature reserves, islands and coastline, farmland, gardens and cemeteries. In addition, three museums display an outstanding collection of antique furniture, artwork and artefacts owned and made by Bermudians. By telling the stories behind our properties and collections we enable the community to understand our shared history and its relevance to our current lives. Through our education programme we both celebrate our heritage and seek to inspire the stewards of the future. We do what we do for the love of Bermuda and all things Bermudian.

Bermuda Optimist Dinghy Association (BODA)

A non-profit association started in 1999 to provide and promote Optimist sailing in the youth community, ages 9-15. The Association subsidises bringing top international coaches and events to the island to offer a wider exposure to the level of youth sailing outside of Bermuda. The Optimist dinghy is considered the springboard of youth sailing thus the importance of a strong foundation to catapult sailors into the sport. Since its inception Bermuda has had BODA sailors place in the top 10 in the world on 5 different occasions with a top finish of 2nd.  BODA sailors have continued to represent BER overseas proudly and successfully for the last 20 years.

Bermuda Red Cross

For 70 years Bermuda Red Cross has supported our local communities with family emergency planning presentations, training courses, transport services, thrift shopping and medical equipment rentals. The joy we get from knowing that vulnerable families are able to get free assistance from our services is heartwarming. After a year like no other, we need your support to be here for another 70 years.

Bermuda Sailors’ Home

The Bermuda Sailors’ Home Inc, was incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1946 and is one of Bermuda’s oldest charities. The purposes of the Home and its social club “The Mariners’ Club” are stated as being created for “the provision of recreation centres and homes for and the promotion of happiness and well-being of all seafarers (being) authorised to engage in charitable and benevolent works of all descriptions within these Islands in furtherance of the said purposes.” The Home takes care of all seafarers who find themselves on our shores whether they are in distress, have no way/means to fend for themselves or just need a place for some rest & relaxation. Our location in the middle of the Atlantic makes us very important as we in many cases are the closest port to a transatlantic vessel.


The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) is a U.S. non-profit scientific research and educational organization based in Bermuda and a Bermuda Registered Charity #116. For over 100 years BIOS-based researchers and visiting scientists have worked to explore the ocean and address important local and global environmental issues. BIOS’s mission is to seek and share fundamental knowledge of the oceans through state-of-the-art scientific research, world-class field expeditions and comprehensive educational experiences.

Citizens Uprooting Racism Bermuda (CURB) 

CURB’s noble service serving Bermudians in Anti-Racism work has allowed it to become expertly knowledgeable in the origins, use, and devastating consequences of racism in Bermuda…in short, CURB is Bermuda’s leading organisation seeking Racial Equality, Equity, and Justice. CURB has committed itself to the Struggle Against Racism, and to Bermudians and Residents by holding seminars and public meetings, participating in international and local collaborations; sponsoring educational and awareness projects; and by facilitating restorative practices that heal wounds caused by acts that are fuelled by racism.

 Our Vision

“A Bermuda where skin colour favors no one”

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Bermuda Alumnae Chapter

As members of the Sensational South Atlantic Region, we embrace “Sincere Sisterhood, Significant Scholarship, and Stellar Service.” With about fifty Deltas on the Island, we represent educators, lawyers, accountants, social workers, entrepreneurs, administrators, actuaries, bankers, politicians, artists, nurses, and much, much more. In addition to conducting Delta programs and projects, chapter members channel their community spirit into active roles in other organizations, ranging from Amnesty International, Bermuda Girl Guides Association, Bermuda Nurses Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Kiwanis, St. John’s Ambulance Brigade, YouthNet, Bermuda Sloop Foundation, and many more. We continually strive to uphold the principles of sisterhood, scholarship and service as the cornerstones of our existence, and serve our community with pride and dedication.


Endeavour is a Bermuda-registered nonprofit charity that brings together diverse youth across Bermuda to engage in experiential learning through sailing that builds their skills and boosts their confidence. Endeavour’s programmes improve access for young people of all backgrounds, skills and abilities to experience the joys of sailing, fostering an appreciation for the marine environment and Bermuda’s maritime heritage while igniting young minds for learning about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math or STEAM and maritime careers.

Focus Counselling Services

Focus Counselling Services is a not-for-profit substance misuse interventions agency that provides a Drop-In Center, offering Men, Women and Adolescents free Individual and group counselling, recovery support groups, relapse prevention, and other complimentary services, including being a referral source for other local helping agencies.

The Friends of the Bermuda National Library

The Friends of the Bermuda National Library (registered charity #309) was established to support Bermuda’s National Library. With Government cuts and pandemic closures, The Friends are being called on to ensure the Library can continue to provide services that will be critical to revitalizing the community, especially those seeking alternative access to resources. Your financial support provides information and access to services, including internet. Support with resume writing, online education and connection to opportunities. While once simply options, these services and programs are now a necessity for both advancement and survival of our vulnerable populations.

Habitat for Humanity of Bermuda

Bermudian families with young children, disabled and the elderly, are struggling to maintain their homes and are living in unsafe, substandard or unhealthy environments. Habitat Bermuda’s mission is to assist those living in derelict conditions making home improvements that ensure every family lives in a safe, secure and healthy home.

We opened our ReStore on Front Street to assist with our projects and by partnering with local businesses we are addressing those needs by renovating and repairing unsafe homes.

In 2021, Habitat completed its largest project in Pembroke, which accommodates 10 homeless families. Our hope is to ensure that all families live in safe, healthy environments.


Homelessness is a profound assault on dignity and social inclusion. It is also a violation of basic human rights. The purpose of home is to end homelessness in Bermuda. Our goals are to help homeless individuals and families receive shelter, health and social services; prevent episodes of homelessness; empower and support our public, private and community partners to improve their response to individuals and families experiencing homelessness; and track progress in preventing, reducing, and ending homelessness. We are a purpose-led and values-driven organisation. Our values of trust, equity, compassion, unity and leadership guide all that we do in service to the most vulnerable members of our community.

Keep Bermuda Beautiful

Keep Bermuda Beautiful (KBB), registered charity # 26, aims to reduce waste, eliminate litter and beautify the island through action and education. In 2021, thousands of volunteers donated their time and removed over 20 tonnes of litter from across the island. We also launched the Abandoned Boats project; partnered with BEST to form the Beyond Plastic campaign; and collaborated with ABIC and 17 corporate partners on the RR Trail maintenance project. There’s more to come for this year and beyond! Visit to learn more or like and follow us on social media to keep up to date with what we are doing to help Keep Bermuda Beautiful!

MSA Foundation

The MSA Foundation’s purpose is to assist the school with many advancement activities including fund development, alumni relations, and annual giving.  Through these activities we hope to support an outstanding learning environment for students and teachers and to deliver MSA’s mission of helping each child to reach his/her potential.

National Museum of Bermuda

The National Museum of Bermuda aspires to be a first-class national museum and research facility, inspiring engagement with and protection of Bermuda’s diverse cultural heritage.

Phenomenal People

Phenomenal People….Living, Loving & Learning is a Bermuda charity whose primary purpose is to positively influence people by providing educational seminars, workshops and charitable events to unite, empower and inspire them to become their personal best.  We celebrate people and their accomplishments.


Saltus is committed to promoting access and diversity, ensuring the School is representative of the wider community. The Saltus Foundation encompasses all of our fundraising activities and campaigns, which in part provides the funds and resources to support the School as well as raise funds in support of Financial Assistance. The theme for 2022-23, is all about Connections and the ability for Saltus, to strengthen those connections within our community and beyond.

Scout Association of Bermuda

The Scout Association of Bermuda operates as a branch of the United Kingdom Scout Association, due to Bermuda’s status as a British Overseas Territory. The Bermudian Scout Oath and Law, as well as other Scouting requirements, closely follow that of the United Kingdom. Although the program activities are taken from the British system, Bermuda Scouting is geared to the local way of life. Training for Wood Badge and leader training are conducted with the help of British and nearby affiliated Scout associations. Bermuda Scouts participate in numerous camps and events, and Bermuda fields a contingent to World Scout Jamborees. The Scout emblem incorporates elements of the coat of arms of Bermuda. The Scout Association of Bermuda is governed by a Chief Scout, a Chief Commissioner, and an executive committee. In May 2012, George Fergusson, Governor of Bermuda was appointed Chief Scout. In March 2012, Dr. Geoffrey Rothwell was named Chief Commissioner.

The St. George’s Foundation

The St. George’s Foundation charity supports Bermuda’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Historic Town of St. George and its Related Fortifications through collaboration, education and preservation.

We are committed to involving our members, volunteers and cultural partners as we continue our mission to educate and increase awareness of everything our valuable UNESCO World Heritage Site has to offer to Bermuda’s schoolchildren, our community, and visitors. Our island is home to fortifications that display four centuries of British masonry coastal defense and our mission is to ensure their longevity for future generations to learn about our past.

St George’s Historical Society

Our mission is “to preserve an historic 1730 house and provide a permanent home for an eclectic range of artifacts, books and documents of historical interest.”

We offer tours to schools with students learning about the life of our early settlers and rely on admissions paid by tourists and fundraisers supported by our members, all of which were severely impacted over the past years with Covid restrictions.

Tomorrow’s Voices Autism Centre

Tomorrow’s Voices Autism Centre is designed to meet the needs of children and adults who are diagnosed with Autism or other Developmental Disabilities from age 2 and above. The overall goal of the charity is to provide clients with skills to assist with their inclusion into their neighborhood schools or communities with minimal supervision and to provide them with a better quality of life through intervention.

Vision Bermuda

Through the delivery of vision rehabilitation, Vision Bermuda helps to maintain or restore functional ability and improve the quality of life and independence in an individual who has lost visual function through illness or injury. Our goal is to give blind and partially sighted people, and those that care about sight loss, the tools they need to live the life they want to lead. We help individuals understand and come to terms with their diagnosis, discuss how to plan for their future, teach how to adapt to be able to complete everyday tasks, how to make use of specialised equipment and technology and to keep themselves safe and as independent as possible. For individuals with low vision, the vision rehabilitation focuses on using any remaining vision as effectively as possible.

The Warwick Academy Association

Building on centuries of excellence, Warwick Academy provides an international educational environment designed for our diverse student body. Our innovative curriculum is delivered with a commitment to personalised pastoral care and enhanced by a dynamic co-curricular programme. We strive to create a culture of collaboration so that our students can become lifelong learners, global thinkers and successful leaders. The Warwick Academy Association (WAPTA) is an organization of parents, teachers, alumni, staff, relatives and interested parties with the common goal of encouraging, promoting and supporting efforts of the students and programs of the school. It plays an instrumental role in providing supplies and educational support to Warwick Academy and each year raise funds to support a wide range of school initiatives.


Western Stars Sports Club

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Dandy Stars Netball 🏀
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WindReach’s primary purpose is to help enrich the quality of life of individuals with diverse support needs. We do this by offering evidence based therapeutic programmes and educational experiences for people with varying physical and intellectual abilities. Today, we have on average 200 participants benefitting from our programmes on a weekly basis. Participants range in age from preschoolers through to our older adult community.