Several local businesses partner with SXM DOET.

PHILIPSBURG:— Several local businesses have jumped on board to partner with the SXM DOET volunteer event slated for Friday, March 9th and Saturday, March 10th. Headline sponsors provide SXM DOET participants with free and/or discounted items such as tools, hardware, building or planting materials, food and beverage, media exposure to ensure the success of their projects and overall experience.

Returning partners for this year’s SXM DOET include Kooyman, Heavenly Water, Domino’s Pizza, Divico, Greenfingers, and UTS.

New to the event this year is CC1 and Prime Distributors who will be providing free beverages and snack items to keep volunteers sustained and energized during the two days of volunteering.

SXM DOET is proud to work alongside these local businesses for their 4th annual event, whose goal is to ensure that locally existing organizations successfully execute a project, which benefits themselves, and in turn, the community.

Projects can be in the scope of (re)building such as fixing fences, repainting walls or building furniture, but also social outings, creating community gardens, setting up playgrounds, and many more possibilities. As long as the organization itself or their clients benefit from the project. Last year over 1300 volunteers completed over 70 projects in the two days of the event.

The funding request deadline is set to January 31, 2018. The $1000 grants are available to all registered organizations, per project location, on a first come – first serve basis.

Registering projects and applying for funding can all be done through If organizations have any questions or need help signing up, they are welcome to call the team for assistance.

For more information on the 4th installment of this island-wide volunteer event visit or contact the team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Source: St. Martin News Network