What We Do and How You Can Help

Community Through Colors is dedicated to connecting people from all walks of life through volunteerism, sustainability, and spreading hope despite whatever geographical or cultural differences may exist. We are all here for the ride, we should make the most of it.


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How You Can Help


We operate primarily through funding from supporters like you. Through your donation we can provide meals, electricity, and recovery assistance to Caribbean islands that are some of the most ravaged by hurricanes. If you prefer a different method of donation than the form above, there are other options below.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering is an amazing way to give back. We are always looking for people to help. Carpenters, painters, electricians, or your every day person are all welcome. If you have a giving spirit we have a way you can help.


Recent Causes

Vieques Microgrid Project

                Over the next few days/weeks we are going to try something a little different to see how it works.  We are going to highlight a project and explain where we came up with the idea and what went into the realization of the goals.  In this way we are going to provide a deeper…

Sail Relief Team and Burners Without Borders

Much of our work wouldn’t be possible without help from other organizations. We are still quite a small (by comparison to more established groups) non-profit, and quite specialized in our goals. By helping and developing relationships with other organizations, we can increase the reach of all involved and help more people. Burners Without Borders is…

Hurricane Fiona’s Impact

I’ve never been accused of being a writer, or even an eloquent speaker. I don’t have a lot of experience writing anything that many people see or sharing my opinions with people in a large group. What I do have is concern for my fellow man. When I see someone in need I have a…