P. O. Box 130 San Pedro Ambergris Caye, Belize 501.627.8700


CEF Contributors


Message to Contributors 

From: Caye Education Foundation Board Members 

I am reaching out to thank you, once again, for your contribution in support of the Caye Education Foundation’s scholars through their secondary school curricula. Those funds empowered ten students to obtain high school diplomas, an aspiration they could never have achieved without you. 

On June 26, 2021, ten recipients of financial support through CEF realized their ambitions to graduate high school. Seven did so with honors and plan to pursue higher learning. One was Valedictorian and another, Salutatorian of the class of 2021. One has already registered to attend the University of Belize, and five are poised to attend one of the nation’s junior colleges (referred to as “sixth form”). 

The students are very aware that they could not have accomplished these goals without the generous donations from caring folks like you. This letter is to let you know that your support of the program produced excellent results. Hopefully, those embarking on collegiate careers will pay it forward with a future student not otherwise so fortunate to have the gracious assistance of an anonymous financial benefactor. 

And we are certain you are set to experience the incomparable pride of seeing the students you supported become instrumental in transitioning the country of Belize from third world to developed status. 

Blessings to you and your families on behalf of The Caye Education Foundation and the graduating students of San Pedro High School for your unwavering and magnanimous support! 

It hasn’t just made a difference to a few individuals; we think it has the potential to transform an entire country! 

P.S. We are extremely proud of the graduating scholars! Glad to have met them and been given the ability to greatly assist with a part of their educational career due to several generous donors. Hopefully, this will inspire others to contribute to/support students currently in high school, as well as those pursuing post-graduate educational careers. 

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