Cayman AIDS Foundation

The Cayman AIDS Foundation (CAF) is a community based organisation which provides education on the danger of, helps prevent the spread of, and gives support and guidance to all people living with and affected by, HIV & AIDS and STIs.  CAF believes that all people have equal intrinsic worth; the spiritual nature of human beings must find positive expression in order for life to have meaning and purpose; each individual is ultimately responsible for his or her actions; each person has the right to be safe and healthy; the family is the primary vehicle/unit of moral values and health education; people need each other; and education is vital for the survival and progress of a society.


Colours Cayman

The   Colours Cayman Campaign is a grassroots movement that aims to foster a safe and comfortable social environment or the LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and many others) community of the Cayman Islands by building a network of local businesses and public venues free of discrimination and harassment towards anyone because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Members of the Colours Cayman Collective meet regularly to organise events and talk plans to promote visibility, provide education and encourage dialogue surrounding local LGBTQ+ issues.


National Council for Persons with Disabilities

The  National Council for Persons with Disabilities  advises the public and private sector on disability issues, and enforces provisions of the Solomon Webster Disability Law 2016.  The Council is made up of 15 volunteers from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience. All members are either themselves disabled, and/or have a disabled family member, work with or are involved in the education and care of the disabled, or are associated with organisations or initiatives that benefit the disabled.

Cayman Islands Red Cross

The Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) aims to protect human dignity by helping vulnerable people in crisis; their vision is to uphold the principle of humanity - to protect life and health and ensure respect for the human being.  The CIRC runs programmes on disaster management, preparedness and response; first aid, lifeguarding and water rescue; child protection and sexuality education; community outreach via the thrift shop; along with other special services for vulnerable persons and during emergencies.