The Digicel Trinidad and Tobago Foundation was launched in July 2012 and has implemented over 549 projects nationwide with an investment of US$5.75 million impacting over 190,000 persons throughout Trinidad and Tobago. The Foundation's projects focus on two key areas: Special Needs and Community Development.
Our main objectives, through our various programmes are:
- To increase the quality and quantity of facilities serving the special needs community, raise awareness, promote inclusion and support organisations in endeavours that seek to improve opportunities for persons with disabilities.
- To encourage community self-reliance and empowerment through the implementation of sustainable projects that improve access to the digital space, generate an income for communities and create general social impact.
Our various programmes align with our key pillars:
SPECIAL NEEDS - awareness and advocacy, inclusion, therapy, education, disaster preparedness and sport for development.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - social impact and digital citizenship