Throwback to our #Youth4PeaceJA tour at Meadowbrook High School.

Young people are victims of numerous forms of violence; bullying, gangs and organized crime; gender-based violence, psychological, stigma & discrimination, state brutality and emotional violence which may also lead to depression. Let's break this cycle of violence, through empowerment, advocacy, training, education & providing opportunities for sustainable development.

On July 1, 2018. We hosted our first Positive Awards, to recognize the invaluable efforts of youths involved in nation building through volunteerism... . His Excellency, Asif Ahmad, British High Commissioner to Jamaica spoke on the Importance of Volunteerism not just in Jamaica, but throughout the Commonwealth. .

Contribution to National Youth Parliament 2018

In order to build peaceful communities, we must consider young people as partners for peace. When youth have safe spaces to engage, without fear of discrimination, they have a better chance to contribute to peace, national security & social cohesion.

Happy International Peace Day Let's pause and reflect on what peace means to us. How would you define peace, is peace vital for sustainable development? Are we living in a peaceful environment? Are we at peace with our selves, what more can be done to help cultivate a culture a peace?
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.

We Inspire youths to make their life more meaningful and bright for positive impact.

The Commonwealth has delivered a masterclass for young leaders in the Caribbean to strengthen grassroots youth-led initiatives to counter propaganda spread by violent extremists.

'We Will Use Our Voices’ - Youth Advocates Warn Leaders

The YKlick National Youth Forum was held on November 21, 2015 at the UWI Regional Headquarters. See Neville Charlton, president at the Positive Organization as he speaks on being an active youth advocate and making a positive change in the world.


This is why we volunteer!

We see the impact of volunteer efforts in communities at home and around the globe. Volunteers make our communities safer. Volunteers stand up for our rights and lobby for positive change at local, national and international levels. Their collective efforts make Jamaica a vibrant, healthy country.

Positive Ambassadors Caring For The Homeless & Elderly

The National Council for Voluntary Services Jamaica, Day of care saw various VOLUNTEERS coming out to give Care-packages, and other much needed supplies such as food & clothes, services, to those in need.