James Arthur Albert Foundation - Providing education opportunities in Belize

How We’re Helping

Scholarships Building Classrooms Education for Women

High School Scholarships

Foundation scholarships for books, uniforms, and school fees have been awarded allowing children to attend school who otherwise would not be able to pay for their books.

Building Grade Schools

Building classrooms for high schools and grade schools.

This is what a couple of last year’s scholarship recipients had to say:

“Without this help, I won’t be able to come to school. I get up at 4:00am and catch my bus. Sometimes I do not have money and I don’t eat at school. But I appreciate your help. Without this scholarship I wouldn’t attend high school. I will not fail you.” 
14-year-old boy from Punta Gorda Town, Belize.

“I’m eager to be someone in my life. If I didn’t have this scholarship, I wouldn’t be able to (go to high school). Like a number of students want to go to high school but they can’t go because it’s very difficult for our parents. They don’t have jobs but work hard on their farms. You are doing a great job to help us students in the villages. Thank you for your help and God bless you all.” 
17-year-old girl from Sunday Wood Village, Belize.

“I live in a poor family. Many times we don’t have anything to eat with our tortilla. Sometimes I go to school with an empty stomach. When it comes to clothing, we get clothing from people who give away used clothes. I want an education so I can help my family… and be somebody who I want to be.” 
  17-year-old boy from Santa Cruz Village, Belize.

 Championing Education for Women

Supporting and equipping the Claver College Extension night high school, and providing massive high school scholarships for girls.

Soccer Camps

Conducting soccer camps, with professional soccer coaches, for children in Belize, and providing soccer equipment to schools.




Belize Live and Silent Auction

Belize Live and Silent and Live Auction at the Stine Barn, West Des Moines, Iowa

About Belize

Bordering Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean sea, is the only English speaking country in Central or South America.