What We Do

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Cultural Student Experience

Our aim is to provide valuable resources & experiences that utilize attainable, practical, tangible and accurate examples to ensure structure and success in the lives of young adults.

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Medical Initiative

Annually we provide medical and dental care to underprivileged children in rural Jamaica.

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Educational Assistance Programs

Our MIC Mighty In Character Scholarship Award is presented to two top achievers each year.

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The Melbourne and Michael Folkes Foundation has helped me to gain confidence. It will help me to be more outstanding. But first of all I need to find God. With the MMFF I will achieve my goals. The MMFF will help me to be obedient, honest and independent. The MMFF will create a brighter tomorrow for me. The MMFF will help me to excel and have the potential to maximize in what I do. I believe it will help me to do Godly good. The Foundation will help me to know God and it means I will succeed in my work.

Arianna Byfield, Student, Mount Waddy Primary School, Friendship, Jamaica

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"The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving." – Albert Einstein. The Melbourne and Michael Folkes Foundation is an organization geared towards community development. It will in the near future assist students financially to acquire a better education. Youngsters will benefit by gaining skills that will enable them to be more productive and allow them to become well rounded in life.

Miss Frances Steer, Former Head Teacher, Mount Waddy Primary School, Friendship, Jamaica

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MIC has made a wonderful change in my life. It has made me improve in my work and to be a better person. This Foundation helps children with their high school fees through a scholarship and gives supplies to the school. They are also giving away tablets for your studies and much more. The Foundation was launched at the Mt. Waddy Primary School. They treated the students and gave us t shirts too. When the treat was over we all took pictures, and they were published in the newspaper and sent to other countries.

Irran Brown, Student, Mount Waddy Primary School, Friendship, Jamaica