Dr Pearl Jarrett is a Multi-Award Winning Disruptive Change Maker, Philanthropist, Business Woman, Singer, Actor, Model, Wife, Mother of 3 children and Cancer Winner.
Pearl is known to her many, many children all over the world simply as “Aunty Pearl”.
Pearl has always had a desire to work towards sustainable, lasting change in developing countries, so after beating Cancer in 2006 she decided to give up her well-paid consultancy and follow her dream. Since that time, she has never looked back. Helping to meet the needs of thousands of children around the world has been the most rewarding thing.
Today Pearl is committed to using her contacts, resources, expertise, experience and creativity to make a significant difference in the lives of others all over the world.
Pearl is particularly enjoying the work in Jamaica as she is able to give back to the country of her heritage.
Our Vision is to be change makers in the lives of young people in the UK, to create a Gospel Music Theatre industry in the UK, and deliver innovative, impactful and life changing projects through effective international development.
Our Mission is to remain a trusted, go to organisation that delivers effective, visible youth empowerment through tailored mentoring services, tangible change in the Arts through Gospel Music Theatre, and effective international development through Tech and Renewable Energy.
Its been wonderful to have the support of some very enthusiastic young people who have given their time to pack the containers for shipping.
We are very grateful for the support of Councils especially Hertfordshire County Council who's donations of brand new items have been invaluable.
We have an amazing group of volunteers where the operation is based in Mandeville, Manchester Jamaica. They are lead by The Jarrett Foundation's, Country Director, Pastor Daren Larmond.
Dr Pearl Jarrett has been blessed to have volunteers in the charity from around the world, both Muslims, Christians and those of no faith working together, realising that this is not about us, but about the children.
We are very proud to have partnered with the Jamaica National Foundation. They have supported our projects and we have conducted a joint project.
Volunteers from the UK have traveled to Jamaica to join forces with the Jamaican volunteers to ensure that all the items get to their correct destination
Sandy works for Acist in Holland and she has fund raised for The Jarrett Foundation on many occasions. One year her and her colleagues donated their Christmas Bonus to the charity. Then she came to Jamaica to assist with the distribution of the resources.