Our Mission


The Negril Education Environment Trust (NEET) is a non-profit organization based at Travellers Beach Resort in Negril, Jamaica. In 2003 the organization was founded to address the country’s need for educational support and resources. Since its inception, NEET's mission and vision have grown. Today, NEET is committed to strengthening the social fabric of Jamaica through programs that expand educational access for children and adults, partnerships that address our public and environmental health, and events and activities that celebrate Jamaica’s rich heritage. NEET achieves its mission through the provision of three programs, Island-wide Book & Computer Distribution, Computer Literacy, and the Medical Mission.

Recent Articles


  • Philanthropy

    Monday, February 27, 2017


    Congratulations to Mr Dennis Hawthorne, proprietor of Dennis Shipping Company. This lifetime philanthropist goes by the motto '' We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.'' Mr Hawthorne was recently awarded by the University of the West Indies for his support of ...

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  • Culture Day 2017

    Tuesday, February 14, 2017


    Travellers Beach Resort hosted Culture Day 2017 on February 14th. Cultural Day invites students to perform traditional items for guests from across the world. As students showcase their talents, guests are encouraged to buy a brick on which they can paint their names or a positive message. Award wining performances ...


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  • Negril Rotary Donkey Races

    Sunday, February 12, 2017


    Thanks to the generous guests and friends of Travellers Beach Resort, 300 NEET students got to experience the wonder and excitement of the Donkey Races. The Rotary Club  of Negril organised a fantastic production which culminated on February 12. The event featured face painting, rides, food and of course the ...

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  • Community Service Project

    Saturday, February 11, 2017


    After receiving word of the fire at Clifton Boy's Home, community service coordinators began plans to visit the home. Saddened by the loss of the beacon of hope, students and parents began gathering personal items and food to support to the group. The group has always been ...

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  • Visit from the Non-Profit GURU

    Monday, January 02, 2017


    In January Rev Dr. Valerie Oliver-Durrah will visit Negril Education Environment Trust to facilitate training with members of staff. The visionary, Dr Durrah, is president of Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC). She will travel to Jamaica in January to continue training in management and strategic plans.

     

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  • Giving Christmas

    Sunday, December 25, 2016


    ''Never stop doing little things for others, sometimes these little things occupy the biggest part of their hearts''. On Christmas morning the homeless, elderly and shut-ins, of Grange Hill were treated to dinner. Business man and philanthropist Dennis Hawthorne once again partnered with Grange Hill High School ensure the ...

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  • One Love Brigade- Cycle of Love

    Saturday, December 17, 2016


    It was with immense pleasure that we met with representatives of one love Brigade on December 17 of last year. We met with Jon Leinsfeild, Stew and Christine over breakfast and observed and felt the passion they have for what they do.
     
     
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  • Tablet students excel

    Friday, November 04, 2016



    Revival All Age School has participated in the NEET Tablet Programme since February 2016. Revival’s second phrase consisted of twenty five students, eight of the students from this batch performed exceptionally well on the Grade Four Literacy Test.  The students are Mickhoy Curtis, Gabriella Forrester, and Kiyara Wright. We ...



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  • Boy's Into Men

    Friday, November 04, 2016


    Good men are not born. They are built, shaped and molded during their childhood and adolescent years by the adults in their lives. The most important factor of whether a boy will thrive or struggle during his teenage years is determined by the quality of the role models in his ...

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  • Norton Ohio, Class of 73

    Wednesday, November 02, 2016


    In September seven classmates from Norton Ohio class of 73 reunited. a first for most in the group they are hoping that this can be an annual event. David Stairs, organizer of the trip has been a friend to NEET for many years. He expressed Joy at being able to ...

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Events


Video release

Monday, August 15, 2016


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Culture Day 2015

Sunday, February 08, 2015


The NEET organization is in full preparation mode for the upcoming Cultural Day to be held at the Travellers Beach Resort on March 17, 2015. Students from primary and all age schools in the surrounding Negril Community have been invited to showcase their talents with traditional music and dance ...

Culture Day 2015

Sunday, February 08, 2015


The NEET organization is in full preparation mode for the upcoming Cultural Day to be held at the Travellers Beach Resort on March 17, 2015. Students from primary and all age schools in the surrounding Negril Community have been invited to showcase their talents with traditional music and dance ...

NEET Laptop Donation

Tuesday, February 03, 2015


The NEET organization gladly accepts 2 laptops donated by Mr. David Stairs, a guest at the Travellers Beach Resort. On hand to accept the donation were Chairman Winston Wellington, and company Secretary Savannah Peridot. Every year dozens of students in the surrounding Negril area benefit from donations of laptops and ...

NIH Gala Affair

Saturday, June 22, 2013


 @ The Grand Palladium, Negril 
Cost US$150  

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