Share-On

Our mission is to alleviate the suffering of families in the Caribbean and South America that face adversity and inspire others in the community to do the same. 

Our plan is to provide bags of groceries to one preselected, deserving family each month, giving them one less financial challenge to face.


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Together We Can Help
Families In Need.

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The SHARE-ON Project is equal parts legacy, empathy in action, and paying it forward. Created to honor the memory of our mother Evelyn E. Huntley-McDonald.

Fondly referred to as “Share-on” by her offspring because of her love of sharing, Evelyn was the embodiment of a selfless love that gently enveloped everyone around her – her family, friends, church community and the town of Linden in Guyana, South America

A mother to the motherless, a shoulder to cry on, someone to call when you wanted to be prayed for, she was everything to everyone, and there was no limit to her heartfelt generosity. No problem was too small for her attention or too large for her willingness to help. She understood that life is full of pitfalls and that when helping hands reach out to those less fortunate, their despair, fear and feeling of isolation can be mended.

You Have the Power to Help a Family Facing Adversity.

Our mission is to honour Evelyn's memory by establishing a charitable project that will alleviate the suffering of families facing adversity and inspire others in the community to do the same.

We are committed to perpetuating her philosophy and will shape all our activities to reflect the important values that were her guiding light. We have designated the first phase of our Share-On Project to help families in need during the year 2020 and beyond. Our plan is to provide bags of groceries to a preselected, deserving family each month so that they have one less financial challenge to face. We know that food scarcity can affect the health and resilience of families and their children and can impede their ability to function both mentally and physically. We hope to restore faith in themselves and faith in their community.

Committed To Perpetuating Her Philosophy.

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How Can You Help?

Give.

Your generous contribution will help a family in need with bags of groceries to pre-selected families  each month.

Donate

Your generous contribution will help a family in need with a bag of groceries to pre-selected families  each month.

Give.

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Know a family that could use a helping hand? Give us your details and we will contact you to find out more.

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Know a family that could use a helping hand? Give us your details and we will contact you to find out more.

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Is your family struggling to make ends meet? Drop us a line and we can reach out to see if we can help.

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Ask.

Is your family struggling to make ends meet? Drop us a line and we can reach out to see if we can help.

How To Help

With the help of generous donors and support from the business community, we hope to continue the spirit of Evelyn’s compassion and love for years to come. We believe that our efforts will generate a groundswell of ‘giving’ so that no one in need will ever be left alone to face their misfortunes.

Scholarship

Looking Forward: Interrupting cycles of poverty.

Our second phase begins in 2022 and involves offering educational assistance to eligible children of the community.

Evelyn wisely knew that education is a critical factor in a child’s future and that it is the key to interrupting cycles of poverty. We will be supplementing tuition fees by offering scholarships and grants to cover school books and other miscellaneous expenses.

We realize that this is an ambitious project, but we hope that the end result will manifest in countless other individuals launching their own ‘giving projects.’ One project cannot solve all of the problems that families face, but when thousands of people each create a giving project, thousands and thousands of individuals, families and their children who are in dire need will experience the precious feeling of hope. 

Help Us Help Families.

We do not publicly disclose the identities of the families we support as we strongly believe that it's our responsibility to respect their humanity and uphold their dignity.

She cared. 
We care.

With the help of generous donors and support from the business community, we hope to continue the spirit of Evelyn’s compassion and love for years to come. We believe that our efforts will generate a groundswell of ‘giving’ so that no one in need will ever be left alone to face their misfortunes.

From Families We've Helped

"I didn't know I was nominated. When I got the call that someone wanted to buy groceries for my family I was almost brought to my knees in gratitude... 

I did not have any food/money to prepare a meal for my kids and didn't know how I could send them to school, until I got a call from Share-on. I was very grateful. I was allowed to select any food item our family needed."

Recipient #3 - March 2020.

“Wow, no one has ever done something like this for me before! Thank you for picking me up in your vehicle and taking me grocery shopping.
You made me feel so special. My children and I are going to have a good Christmas this year because of The SHARE-ON Project. I am beyond grateful.”

Recipient #24 - December 2021

Meet the first "unofficial" recipient of the SHARE-ON project's Scholarship Fund Dr. Le Andre Hinds.

We Select Families with Single Mothers Who Have No Support.

Together We Can Help
Families In Need.

Our mission is to alleviate the suffering of families facing adversity and inspire others in the community to do the same. 

Our plan is to provide bags of groceries to one preselected, deserving family each month, giving them one less financial challenge to face.

You Have the Power to Help a Family Facing Adversity.

The SHARE-ON Project is equal parts legacy, empathy in action, and paying it forward. Created to honor the memory of our mother Evelyn E. Huntley-McDonald.

Fondly referred to as “Share-on” by her offspring because of her love of sharing, Evelyn was the embodiment of a selfless love that gently enveloped everyone around her – her family, friends, church community and the town of Linden in Guyana, South America

A mother to the motherless, a shoulder to cry on, someone to call when you wanted to be prayed for, she was everything to everyone, and there was no limit to her heartfelt generosity. No problem was too small for her attention or too large for her willingness to help. She understood that life is full of pitfalls and that when helping hands reach out to those less fortunate, their despair, fear and feeling of isolation can be mended.

Committed To Perpetuating Her Philosophy.

Our mission is to honour Evelyn's memory by establishing a charitable project that will alleviate the suffering of families facing adversity and inspire others in the community to do the same.

We are committed to perpetuating her philosophy and will shape all our activities to reflect the important values that were her guiding light. We have designated the first phase of our Share-On Project to help families in need during the year 2020 and beyond. Our plan is to provide bags of groceries to a preselected, deserving family each month so that they have one less financial challenge to face. We know that food scarcity can affect the health and resilience of families and their children and can impede their ability to function both mentally and physically. We hope to restore faith in themselves and faith in their community.

Looking Forward: Interrupting cycles of poverty.

Our second phase begins in 2022 and involves offering educational assistance to eligible children of the community.

Evelyn wisely knew that education is a critical factor in a child’s future and that it is the key to interrupting cycles of poverty. We will be supplementing tuition fees by offering scholarships and grants to cover school books and other miscellaneous expenses.

We realize that this is an ambitious project, but we hope that the end result will manifest in countless other individuals launching their own ‘giving projects.’ One project cannot solve all of the problems that families face, but when thousands of people each create a giving project, thousands and thousands of individuals, families and their children who are in dire need will experience the precious feeling of hope.

She cared. 
We care.

With the help of generous donors and support from the business community, we hope to continue the spirit of Evelyn’s compassion and love for years to come. We believe that our efforts will generate a groundswell of ‘giving’ so that no one in need will ever be left alone to face their misfortunes.

Experience

"I am very thankful for the groceries I received. I was caught off guard because I didn't know there were still such generous people in the world.

My house was destroyed by fire a while ago so it has been a tough time for me and my children. But at least we don’t have to worry about food for the next month or so."

Recipient #7 - July 2020

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Life Changing Experience

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I can’t tell you how much this means to me. I cried when I got the call to go grocery shopping with the Share-On project.
The groceries came at just the right time, so thanks a million.  God bless you and the person who nominated me. I am so grateful.”

Recipient #16 - April 2021

TOTAL DONATED TO DATE
30 families - GY$937,581.00

The founder of The Share-On Project believes in the power of a hand up. 

She grew up in a poor single-mother household with seven siblings. As a family they were spared hunger and deprivation by the generosity and kindness of people in the community who helped them during those tough years with no ulterior motives. 

The experience had a lasting and defining impact on the person she has become and is the core driver of her intrinsic desire to provide similar acts of generosity and kindness to single parent families in comparable circumstances. 

It took the passing of her mother in 2017 to fuse her past and present into one cohesive, life-fulfilling objective. She saw firsthand how she mother reciprocated the support they had received as a family to others in the community and has many memories of her mother’s relentless endeavors to help others. 

She founded this initiative in January 2020.

The founder of The Share-On Project believes in the power of a hand up. 

She grew up in a poor single-mother household with seven siblings. As a family they were spared hunger and deprivation by the generosity and kindness of people in the community who helped them during those tough years with no ulterior motives. 

The experience had a lasting and defining impact on the person she has become and is the core driver of her intrinsic desire to provide similar acts of generosity and kindness to single parent families in comparable circumstances. 

It took the passing of her mother in 2017 to fuse her past and present into one cohesive, life-fulfilling objective. She saw firsthand how she mother reciprocated the support they had received as a family to others in the community and has many memories of her mother’s relentless endeavors to help others. 

She founded this initiative in January 2020.

"God answered my prayer.

I prayed for help because my cupboards and fridge were bare and I was desperate since I did not have the means to provide for my children. I am a Secretary and get paid every month-end but I was really broke and wasn’t sure how we would survive until the end of the month. So I prayed, and out of the blue I got a call from The Share-On Project, just in time. I am in awe of how God worked out everything. Thank you Share-On."

Recipient #27 - March 2022.