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Phone: (609)620-6054
PO Box 6008
Lawrenceville
New Jersey 08648
USA
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Mission:
The mission of CEF is to provide charitable funding support for place-based education, scientific research, and the development of sustainable technologies that promote a more livable future on the island of Eleuthera, The Bahamas and throughout the world.
Results:
The programs supported by the Cape Eleuthera Foundation continue to provide transformational life-changing educational experiences. The foundation invests in future leaders through support of programming to help them realize their own potential, to gain perspective on cultures different than their own, and by creating a broader community that is supportive of that leadership development. As a natural outgrowth of this process, whereby students are learning to live on a green campus powered by renewable energy and that recycles its waste, and whereby students from Eleuthera are realizing opportunities on-and-off island as part of their middle school training, and whereby ongoing science research is attracting expertise, generating knowledge, and informing local decisionmakers we have been recognized as a model for sustainable development.

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10/31/13
The Island School worked with our nonprofit, The Quest for Excellence NYC Award, to send a NYC high school student to their summer term this past year. This student is high-achieving, but comes from a family with very little money and parents who speak little English. He was motivated and excited ... more »
09/05/13
The urgent nature of climate change can overwhelm even the most conscientious citizens. The Cape Eleuthera Foundation emerges as an organization that is remarkably successful at penetrating this paralysis by directly empowering students, educators and scientists to become agents for positive change... more »
07/16/13
My first involvement with the Cape Eleuthera Foundation came in January 2004 when I visited Eleuthera as a 14 year-old prospective student. I applied, was accepted, and spent a semester as a student there in 2005. Without a doubt, the time I spent at the Island School - one of three nonprofit ... more »
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