International Campaigns

How your donations & contributions are changing lives

Our aim at The Jermain Defoe Foundation is to help underprivileged children in the Caribbean and the UK. The vulnerable children we help are often abused, sick, homeless or neglected. We want our supporters to have full transparency about how money raised for the Foundation is spent, so please see our current projects below showing what all funds raised will go towards.


On the 1 st September 2019 Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas with winds of up to 220mph, a category 5 storm. The storm has caused widespread destruction across the island with over 70,000 people needing humanitarian assistance. At least 50 people have been killed and many are still missing.

The island of Abaco and Grand Bahama have been worst affected with an estimate of 13,000 homes being severely damaged or destroyed. The Jermain Defoe Foundation is fundraising to help the people of the Bahamas.

If you wish to make a donation, you can do so by clicking on the DONATE icon, which is a direct link to our JUST GIVING PAGE – BAHAMAS.

Alternatively, the following much-needed items can be donated:

  • Toiletries – including hygiene items
  • Bed Linen *Nappies *Clothing *Water *Shoes
  • Non-perishable foods – canned goods, boxed food items
  • Other everyday essentials

Please send all donations to:
The Jermain Defoe Foundation
2-4 Eastern Road
Collections can also be arranged.

We thank you in advance for your support


Holy Family Children’s Home in Ciceron, St Lucia provides placement for children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected. Jermain and his family have been sending barrels of clothes, food and medical supplies to the Holy Family Children’s Home for many years.  It is the only children’s home on the island, housing around a dozen children.

The Jermain Defoe Foundation will continue to support the home in the long term by helping to ensure it has the equipment that it needs to keep running, as well as continuing to provide donations of food, toys and clothes for the children at the home.


After working closely with Holy Family Children’s Home but recognising there was still a need for more help, The Jermain Defoe Foundation decided to raise funds to build another children’s home in the South of St Lucia. This home, called Rainbow Children’s Home, was completed in 2017. It is currently in the process of being equipped, prepared and finalised so that vulnerable children on the island can receive the help they desperately need. The Jermain Defoe Foundation is raising funds to support the running of the children’s home, as well as maintaining the home to ensure a safe and happy place for the vulnerable children who will be staying there.


Following the devastations of Hurricane Maria in Dominica in September 2017, the Jermain Defoe Foundation is fundraising to help refurbish and repair schools on the island. The hurricane devastations meant that 98% of roofs were damaged and some houses were left damaged beyond repair, with many children traumatised by the experience and some being displaced. We are working closely with the Dominican government to identify the areas that have been most affected and are therefore most in need of help. We hope to raise enough funds for the children and families in Dominica to rebuild their lives and importantly, for schools to be able to continue giving children their education.


One of the long-term aims of the Foundation is to open up a football academy for children in St Lucia. Jermain counts himself fortunate enough to have been given the opportunity to become a professional footballer in England, and he wants to give vulnerable children in St Lucia the opportunity to enjoy the simple pleasure of football. The completed project will give children a chance to be part of a team, experience values of hard work and commitment, and provide them with a means of enjoyment and friendship.

The Jermain Defoe Foundation is a UK-based charity that will work with the government and existing organisations in St Lucia to improve the lives of young people on the island.

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