BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust is committed to the development of the Belizean people and more
OVERVIEW Since 2009, the BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust has partnered with various credit more
The Empowerment Fund was launched as a pilot micro-enterprise credit program through the signing of more
Our Successes
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2011 Projects
Bishop Martin R.C. School

New 3 classroom buildingBishop Martin Roman Catholic School was established in September of 2001 with an enrolment of 100 students. The school expanded over the years and currently has an enrolment of 496 students and a staff of twenty (20) teachers.

Port Loyola Library

The Port Loyola Library was opened in May of 2002, and it was somewhat of a milestone in library development in Belize. This is so because it was the first library branch of the Belize National Library Service and Information System to be established on the south side of Belize City.

Ladyville Evangelical School

Ladyville Evangelical School New RoofLadyville Evangelical School was established in September of 1965 by Gospel Missionary Union, the parent organization of Evangelical Churches of Belize. The school started out with a small enrollment of 42 children and over the years, has grown that enrollment to 370 students of the Ladyville community.

4H Youth Development Program

4H New Basketball CourtThe National 4-H Youth Development Center operates a 10 month Personal Development training course for out of school youth ages 14-17. This course helps young people to develop basic skills in vocational education, health and life skills, entrepreneurship and remedial studies.

New Covenant Trade Center

Covenant Trade SchoolThe New Covenant Trade Center began in 2001 and has since grown into an institute offering services in woodcarving, music lessons, cabinet making and carpentry to primary school and high school students in the Toledo District.Their mission statement states: "New Covenant Trade Center will provide its students with a highly competency based education by creating an environment conducive to learning, forming alliances and partnership with relevant institutions so as to best serve our students in order to prepare them for further studies, work and life."

2010 Projects
Dangriga Adult Education Program

Dangriga adult education programThe Dangriga Adult Education Program targets at risk youth and adults who have not completed their basic Primary Education. The program starts at a basic level and prepares the students for PSE exams, making it possible for them to pursue higher education.

Domestic Violence Seminar

domestic violence program“Violence against women is a global issue that hinders victims from being productive members of society, women have always played a major role our society…by nature women are nurturers and statistics show that in many cases they are the sole providers in single family households.

Kids & Youth Volleyball Program

kids & youth volleyball programBNE Trust funded part time Summer Program and After School Program promoting health & fitness, sports and civic awareness targeting primary and high school students, as well as out of school at risk youth ranging from ages 9-18.


ArtReach is an existing non-traditional “roving” arts education program that works to increase the number of students exposed to the arts in the Cayo district, their goal is to create lasting creative and entrepreneurial skills through productive activities.


On August 10th, 2016, the BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust donated $50,000.00 to the National
Belmopan City, Friday, November 27th, 2015 – The BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust is
Belmopan City, Monday, August 3rd, 2015 – The BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust is pleased
Belmopan City, Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 – The BELIZE Natural Energy Charitable Trust is pleased