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Year By Year Accomplishments



  • At the Zac Brown Band Castaway with Southern Ground event (2016-2018), Positive Legacy provided auction proceeds to Camp Southern Ground to support their mission: serving children ages 7-17 from all socioeconomic backgrounds, races and religions, with programs that challenge, educate, and inspire in a summer camp setting. This includes children of military families, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), learning and attention issues such as ADHD and Dyslexia, and social or emotional challenges. 

  • Hosted over 100 volunteers at the Community Baboon Sanctuary in Belize to improve park facilities, and granted $15,000 to the Women’s Conservation Group to provide micro grant funding to entrepreneurs.

  • Teamed up with Conscious Alliance and Rex Foundation to prepare 2,264 meals for those in need in conjunction with the Dead & Co tour in Colorado.

  • Partnered with Norwegian Cruise Lines in a matching fundraiser to provide $40,000 to benefit All Hands Volunteers to rebuild schools in communities devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria. 

  • $9,500 in grant funding along with hands on volunteer support to Central Vallarta for the construction of a medical clinic.

  • Brought over 200 volunteers to Chemuyil to clean up and setup a waste disposal system in the community.

  • In conjunction with Dreams for Mayan Children, Positive Legacy hosted over 300 volunteers to build facilities at Yucatan schools, including creating a soccer field, educational food garden and mural painting.

  • $10,000 to Hands Up for Haiti’s operating budget to serve over 50,000 Haitians who suffer from the highest rates of malnourishment, cervical cancer, and infant, under-five and maternal mortality in the Western hemisphere. 

  • Completed the Fuentes de Vida project in Veron, Dominican Republic serving 500 people with waste water disposal and potable drinking water.


  • Supported Community Food Share of Boulder County through Action Days in conjunction with Dead & Co.

  • Partnered with Project WeHOPE to provide a more welcoming atmosphere for the unhoused clients residing in their Boston, MA shelter.

  • Worked with the Punta Cana Ecological Foundation and provided volunteers to beautify a community space and fix a black water system in Veron, Dominican Republic.

  • $15,000 to Trees, Water & People for Climate Smart Agriculture Program.

  • Provide resources to ​create​ ​an​ ​educational​ ​space​ for​ ​a community​ ​elementary​ ​school​ ​in​ ​Central​ ​Vallarta, Mexico.

  • Brought over 200 volunteers to Onda Encantada in southern Tulum, Mexico to improve school facilities.

  • Provided funding to the School of Life International Foundation and recruited 200 volunteers in Roatan, Honduras to utilize recycled materials to convert land into a Community Green Space with gardens, playground, composting, chicken coops and food spaces.

  • Provided funding to the Dreams for Mayan Children to implement music and computer programs in remote communities.

  • $10,000 to Hands Up for Haiti to support their clinic’s primary programs: Saving Mother and Baby, Fighting Malnutrition & Clean Water Project.



  • $12,990 to Trees, Water & People for their Climate Smart Agriculture Program: educating rural farmers to increase long term sustainability in Cuba.

  • $15,433 to Oracabessa Foundation to implement education curriculum through BMX biking for at-risk children in Jamaica.

  • Worked with Hands Up for Haiti on facility improvements for the clinic which serves over 30,000 Haitians.

  • Implemented community garden education programs in Quintana Roo, Mexico to address urban food production issues.

  • $9,400 to Dreams for Mayan Children for school facility improvements in remote Mayan communities.



  • $18,360 to Hands Up for Haiti to renovate the solar electric system at their clinic, providing electricity not only for the clinic but also staff lodging and surrounding communities.

  • $35,000 to The Payback to support their holistic system of care supporting homeless and at-risk families in California.

  • Partnered with Cool Anthropology Corp to educate and perform the Deer Dance, an important Mayan heritage practice that tells the story of the relationship between Maya people and the land.


  • Fuentes de Vida – Punta Cana Ecological Foundation – Veron,Dominican Republic

    • Provides for construction of a natural wastewater treatment area for 500 individuals in Veron, Dominican Republic. 

  • Ras Astor Black Interactive Music and Arts Learning Institute – Falmouth, Jamaica 

    • Enabling the Institute to create a music and video production studio for the students to learn valuable skills to work in the entertainment industry. 

  • Casa Cultura – Puerto Morelos, Mexico 

    • Enabling expansion of this community center that offers workshops in art, music, theater, dance, yoga, and environmental stewardship through purchase of furnishings and equipment.

  • El Mundo Para Puerto Morelos (World for Puerto Morelos) – Puerto Morelos, Mexico

    • A local community support organization that works to support and improve the schools, medical clinics, and emergency services. Positive Legacy support will help to establish ambulance service in the village. 

  •  Jardin de Ninos Arte y Naturaleza Baaxal (Garden of Art and Nature Kindergarten) – Puerto Morelos, Mexico

    • Positive Legacy is supporting the tuition scholarship fund at a local preschool dedicated to providing children with a foundation in sociability, responsibility and creativity.



  • Phoenix School (Now a Montessori Preschool) – Tulum, Mexico 

  • CommUnity In Action – Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos

  • Provided school supplies and laptop computers for participants  the young people of Grand Turk.

  • West Road Ball Park Restoration Project – Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos

  • JC11 passengers helped restore the park by planting trees, rebuilding damaged fencing and preparing an area for the installation of playground equipment.

  • Eliza Simons School – Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos

  • Donations of school supplies, laptop computers and soccer balls were made to students.

  • PACE Center for Girls of Broward – Ft. Lauderdale, FL

  • A variety of school supplies and 2 laptop computers were donated to the at-risk girls to support their educational pursuits in the JC11 home port of Ft. Lauderdale .


  • Haiti Village Health –  Bod Me Limbe, Haiti

  • Positive Legacy was able to present Haiti Village Health with a grant that enabled them to finance the construction of a well, water reservoir and pump, plumbing for the new facility, staff and public toilets, and a new roof for the existing clinic in Bas Limbe.

  • FREEiRADIO 88.9FM Community Radio – Falmouth, Jamaica

  • Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) – Northern Haiti

  • Jam Cruise passengers led the charge in seeding 6,000 citrus trees, thus launching a 10,000 seedling nursery at SOIL’s rural compost site in Limonade, Haiti.


  • School of Life (SOL) International Foundation – Roatan, Honduras

  • Roatan Children’s Fund – Roatan, Honduras

  • KM 55 Kinder School – Costa Maya, Mexico


  • Rural Retreat Community Center – Saint Ann, Jamaica

  • Claremont Divisional Choir and Marching Band – Saint Ann, Jamaica

  • South East Saint Ann Civic Committee – Saint Ann, Jamaica

  • Falmouth All Ages School – Falmouth, Jamaica

  •  Astor Black Music & Art Institute – Falmouth Jamaica

  •  REEF – the Reef Environmental Education Foundation – Grand Cayman


  • Majken Broby Children’s Home – Roatan Honduras

  • La Democracia Government School – Roatan Honduras

  • NUAFA Women’s Shelter – Cozumel, Mexico

  • Roatan Children’s Fund – Roatan, Honduras



  • Second Harvest Food Bank – Jacksonville, Florida

  • Earthcare – Freeport, Bahamas

  • UNICEF Tsunami relief


  • Rock the Earth

  • reEarth

  • Reef Relief

  • Nassau Primary School – Nassau, Bahamas

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