PLEASE CONSIDER MATCHING OUR $5 PER NIGHT CHARITABLE DONATION NEXT TIME YOU STAY WITH US
We are thrilled to announce our 2018 charity program. We donate $5 BZD for every reservation, every night. If you are staying at Copal Tree Lodge in the coming months, we invite you to take a look at the charities we will be working with and ask you to match our donations during your stay.
January Deaf Institute
February Schools around Spanish Lookout
March Punta Gorda Children Ward
April Help Age
HelpAge Belize will empower older persons by providing services and creating an enabling environment to achieve aging with dignity.
Hope maintains programs that demonstrate equity in culture, age, and gender. Its’ hope is to improve the lives of the older persons in Toledo District. These persons will have access to available services that will address their social health and dietary needs. With your help, we donated $980 BZD to H.O.P.E.
June Forest Home School
This school provides a safe and nurturing environment for 189 Primary Level Students, 29 Pre-Schoolers, and 3 Special Education Students. Eighty percent of these students remain on the compound during the lunch hour as they come by school bus from five other communities. With your help, they are able to offer hot lunches, three days a week.
July Methodist Women’s Group
The Punta Gorda Methodist Women’s Group organization consists of twelve members who are Methodist Women. The group was formed in the 90’s and the President of the women’s group is Mrs. Vilma Ramclam. The women’s group works to raise funds to assist needy families in the Church and Community. The group is currently raising funds to repair the Church Roof. Their motto is “In Service for Christ.” They wish to express their sincere gratitude to all donors for their generous contributions for a worthy cause.
[This Charity Organization was chosen by Brother & Sister Team Members of Copal Tree Lodge in Memory of their Mother who was an Active Member/ Choir Mistress of The Punta Gorda Methodist Church Women’s Group.]
August St. Peter Feeding Program
This feeding program is part of a national effort to help undernourished primary school children do better in school by providing them with a hot lunch. Because children in the Toledo District have the highest incidence of malnutrition in Belize, the SFP is especially critical here. Each participating school has to raise funds to buy food supplies or secure food donations, supply their kitchens with needed appliances and utensils, as well as provide volunteers to cook. The success of these efforts varies with each school and the resources accessible to them.
September San Pedro Columbia School
San Pedro Columbia School came into existence in 1944. It started off as two small structures made from board and thatch leaves by the villagers.
October Little Flowers Feeding Program
Little Flower School is a Roman Catholic School that is located in Forest Home Village. It has an enrollment of two hundred seventeen students with a staff of nine teachers. More than ninety percent of the population commute to school daily.
The VOICE’s vision is that all older persons living in Belize will achieve an enhanced quality of the life in relation to rights, equality, dignity, and respect. All older persons will have equal access to services that will reduce their poverty.
December Humane Society
Punta Gorda Humane Society was established in 2010. Its’ mission is to help improve the lives of pets in Punta Gorda and the Toledo District. They help educate people on how to keep their pets healthy, offers advice and financing of treatments for pet owners who cannot afford them.