Founded in 1934
It was in 1934 during the dark days of world wide depression, that the Guardian Neediest Cases Fund was founded.
Originally the Fund was organised to identify the ten most “Neediest Cases” in Trinidad & Tobago so that they could have been be given financial assistance.
Over the years the Guardian Neediest Cases Fund expanded its reach to assist the Needy throughout Trinidad & Tobago.
One of the most important activities of the Fund is to help the Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) carry out their work of helping the less fortunate. Financial assistance may be accessed by needy persons through the authorised NGOs or by applying directly to the Guardian Neediest Cases Fund Office at Guardian Media Limited.
The Guardian Neediest Cases Fund is dedicated to:
22-24 St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
(868) 623-8870 Ext. 2937
E-mail: [email protected]
We welcome donations to the Guardian Neediest Cases Fund through our bankers:
Republic Bank Limited,
Account No.: 150 178 708 801
RBTT Bank Limited,
Account No.: 880 133 6135
Mr. Dennis A. Gurley S.C. – Chairman “The Trustees of the Fund are all dedicated unpaid volunteers who strive to minimize our overhead costs and to maximize contributions to the needy”
Dr. Anna Mahase
Ann Marie Inglefield – Vice Chair Fund Raising
Christine Sabga – Chair Fund Raising
Darrell C P Nunes
Maria Superville-Neilson – Secretary
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