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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

COMMUNITY BUILDS

The Power to Be International continues to work toward its goal through investing in the future of youth with our community build program. PTBI has completed four community builds to date, in an effort to alleviate the lack of adequate space or facilities, which support the education and development of youth. 

 

Our community builds are paired with other community leadership development programs to increase sustainability and promote civic engagement of community youth.  

 

COMPLETED PROJECTS

Negril All Age School (2012): Two-room classroom extension 

Partner:  Centennial College 

Additional funding provided by Elementary Teachers of Toronto 

 

Mt. Airy All Age School (2013): Two-room classroom extension 

Partner:  Centennial College 

Additional funding provided by Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario

 

Risen Messiah Early Childhood Institute (2014): ECE Playground 

Partner: Centennial College 

Prickly Pole Primary School (2015): Two Site Playground

Partner: S.M.I.L.E. (Single Mothers Inspiring Leadership in Education)

WORKING TOGETHER CREATING CHANGE

Through the support of program partners and funders such as Centennial College, Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, The Elementary Teachers of Toronto, and The Rotary Club of Negril, The Power to Be International is able to work with members of the Westmoreland community to assist in meeting education development goals.

 

INTERESTED IN BEING INVOLVED IN A
COMMUNITY BUILD?

We are actively seeking new opportunities to engage in community, youth focused infrastructure development.   Email us if you have any questions, ideas, or interest in collaborating on a project at info@thepowertobe.org 

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Risen Messiah
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Risen Messiah 2014
Risen Messiah 2014
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Mt. Airy Building Dedication
Mt. Airy Building Dedication
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