OUR INITIATIVES

Success By Six Schools Program

The Tryall Fund's visionary initiative “Success By Six”, a comprehensive early intervention plan designed to give early learners a foundation for lifelong learning, growth and self-sufficiency.

  • Process Phonics

  • Complete Nutrition

  • Stay and Play

  • Wellness Program

  • Primary Colors

Scholarship Program

Continuing education is also important for the people of Hanover Parish. The Tryall Fund aims to provide every opportunity for Jamaicans, young or old, to realize their full potential.

WITH THE AWARDING OF MONIES IN 2020, THE TRYALL FUND SCHOLARSHIP INITIATIVE APPROACHES THE HISTORIC MILLION DOLLAR MARK AT $992,000 TO RECIPIENTS IN THE LAST 10 YEARS!

Community Development

Through our Community Development, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at The Tryall Fund, and a source of much success for our Non-Profit. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.

Health and Wellness

Through our focus on Health initiatives in Hanover Parish, The Fund continually works with the Success by Six coordinator to evaluate the educational health needs of the children in our schools while through our participation with Hanover Infirmary, we assist with the needs of their resident senior citizens.  Currently we are working to develop Personal Care and Safety Kits for distribution during Covid 19 and also for back to school in September. We always welcome suggestions from you with information how we might continue to expand our Health and Wellness initiatives.

Sandy Bay Evening Clinic

Sandy Bay clinic was built in the 1970s on land donated by the Tryall Club. Tryall Fund subsidizes the clinic staff for two evenings per week. The clinic offers family-planning education, prenatal care, child wellness care, and wound care. It is the only evening clinic in all of Hanover Parish

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