Blue Mahoe Foundation
"If you're in the luckiest 1 percent of humanity, you owe it to the rest of humanity to think about the other 99 percent."
We know that we are lucky and focus our primary philanthropy on three organizations that help to increase the odds of success for other people through 2 key areas: early childhood education and entrepreneurship training. Our founder has worked with and continues to work with these organizations in various capacities, including as a fundraiser, ambassador, donor, mentor and pitch judge.
Washington Park Child Care Center
For the past 29 years, Washington Park Child Care Center has been providing top quality culturally competent subsidized childcare to children in the Hollywood and West Park area of Broward County. Under the current leadership, the Center has achieved accreditation and expanded the Center's goals to include a family focus to our core program. The Florida Department of Children & Families has accorded the Center Gold Seal status and Broward County Child Care Licensing, through their QRS (quality Rating Service) program has rated the school a 4+ star school.
Do Good Jamaica
Do Good Jamaica is an non-governmental organization, founded by Deika and Kassim Morrison. Its objective is to encourage organizations and individuals to work together in activities that are charitable and improve the lives of Jamaicans.
Their major project, Crayons Count, is a campaign to support early childhood education in Jamaica.
Branson Centre caribbean
When BCoEC first opened its doors in 2011, they admitted up to 20 entrepreneurs per cohort to attend training one day a week for 12 weeks in the centre’s Montego Bay location. By the end of 2014, BCoEC had successfully trained 7 cohorts in Jamaica and was ready to scale the programme.
In March 2015 they launched the Branson Centre Caribbean Online, an online platform that provided training to a much wider pool of entrepreneurs.
Soon after, they took our first leap outside of Jamaica into the wider Caribbean, setting up the programme in the British Virgin Islands, where they welcomed their first cohort there in January 2016.