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Mission Statement

To provide the best possible experience for our clients and gain their lifetime loyalty by delivering value and customer satisfaction, while creating a secure working environment for our staff and contributing positively to the community in which we live and work.

HAB Group

Now celebrating its 10th year, Koios the yearbook from The British West Indies Collegiate has been sponsored by HAB Group from its outset.

Royal Turks and Caicos Golf Club

Royal Turks and Caicos  has a very strong CSR policy.   Since 1992 Provo Golf Club has helped raise over $2,500,000 for local charities.  Tournaments have included:- The Jadot Cup, The Wine Cellar Cup, The Bob Graham TCIGA Scramble, The Bordier Bank Youth Soccer Scramble, The National Cancer Society Scramble and the Corporate Charity Challenge.   Our love of sport is reflected in our sponsorship of children’s soccer programs and our junior golf program.  Monies raised goes towards the Edward C. Gartland Youth Center and the National AIDS Awareness Foundation, Turks and Caicos Islands Community College, Provo Senior Citizens Home and Provo Children’s Home among other worthy island causes.

The Regent Village

After 6 very successful years of hosting The Regent Village lighting Ceremony,  2016-2019 saw The Regent Village help towards the “Food For Thought” children’s breakfast campaign in our sister Caicos Islands and Salt Cay.

Food for Thought” was founded early 2016 by Jeanne and Karen Savory who became aware that many children were going to school without having breakfast.  The Savory Sisters who were raised and born in TCI want to make sure that today’s children are given the best possible chance to lead healthy and prosperous lives.

Since September 2016, 300 children from government primary schools in South, North, Middle Caicos and Salt Cay have been provided with a daily breakfast giving them a good start to the day and a chance to reach their full potential.   Already teachers are reporting that children are more alert and less disruptive in class.  None of this comes without a lot of hard work, but with the help of partners and the good-will of teachers and members of the community who help prepare and serve this simple meal, it only costs $200 to provide one child with breakfast every school day for a whole year.  More information can be.

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