Interpretation Centre Update
In our last quarterly membership article, we were proud to announce that the journey to bringing the Pigeon Island Interpretation Centre (PIIC) back had commenced. To ensure that this long awaited dream of both members and staff become a reality, the Saint Lucia National Trust launched our PIIC fund raising drive.
We are pleased to inform members that to date we have raised EC $4,914.56 which has allowed the work at the PIIC to commence. In addition, Harris Paints Limited kindly donated the paint for the floor of the PIIC. However, we still have some way to go and therefore in order to ensure the completion of the PIIC, we are asking members to continue to encourage persons to donate to this important project.
Our history is important and requires a dignified place to be showcased. The re-establishment of the PIIC at the Pigeon Island National Landmark will be a place of historical immersion, education and fun! Help us bring our history to life by supporting our PIIC Fundraising Campaign. Remember, all donations count, no matter how big or small they are and by donating we not only keep our heritage alive, but the donor can claim their donations back through tax breaks.
It is our responsibility to keep our history alive. Let’s make it happen!