About Us

The Jamaica Foundation (Hamilton) a non-profit, non–denominational organization, is committed to raise and maintain funds to support children’s charities in Jamaica, assist victims of catastrophic disasters and promote awareness of Jamaican culture.


  1. To receive and maintain funds to support our charitable endeavors
  2. To respond to catastrophic disaster in Jamaica and elsewhere
  3. To collaborate with other individuals and groups to carry out community based activities
  4. To preserve our historical heritage through educational programs to increase public’s awareness of Jamaican culture.
  5. To maintain long term stability through effective succession planning.

The Jamaica Foundation also takes a keen interest in the welfare of our fellow Jamaicans who live in their island home. Since its inception, the Foundation has pledged its financial and moral support to the Jamaica National Children’s Home for abandoned children in Mona, Kingston, Jamaica. The home provides life- affirming life skills programs for children. The program continues to produce outstanding results.

News And Events

The Jamaican High Commission

Welcome I am very pleased to welcome you to the website for the Jamaican High Commission. This website has been designed to provide you with the most current and factual information about the services offered by the High Commission as well as information on the various entities

Our President Winsome Plummer and Vice President Mahon Anderson

RSS Jamaica Gleaner

  • David Jessop | An opportunity to advance Caribbean thinking on tourism October 20, 2019
    A few days ago, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) announced that it is to restructure its operations in the face of rising costs and the need to “elevate tourism development in the region”. The CTO’s chairman, the Minister of Tourism of St...
  • Caymanas Golf offering free lessons to boost business October 20, 2019
    was during the 1960s and 70s. “We’ve rebuilt our corporate membership but if it’s one complaint I have it’s that we don’t have enough corporates playing golf. Days gone by, Wednesdays were very popular days for various executives especially the...
    Karena Bennett - Business Reporter

RSS Jamaica Observer

  • Professor Lalor heads list of national awards recipients today
    THE nation's third highest honour, the Order of Merit (OM), will be bestowed on Professor Gerald Cecil Lalor today, National Heroes' Day.This eminent scientist will head the list of 215 people to be honoured at the Ceremony of Investiture and Presentation of National Honours and Awards, which will be held on the lawns of King's […]
  • Holness: Become a hero for your environment
    The following is National Heroes' Day message by Prime Minister Andrew Holness:My fellow Jamaicans!