Help For Children Cayman Islands (formerly known as Hedge Funds Care Cayman Islands) and the Alternative Investment industry have been fighting child abuse since 2005. HFC Cayman Islands is part of a global foundation established in 1998 and known as Help For Children. HFC is committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and since its inception has invested more than $56 million (USD) globally in the most effective advocacy, research, education and counseling programs that protect and heal innocent children. Across more than two decades, HFC has transformed the lives of more than 1.1 million children across multiple locations, making the world a safer place for children.
Help For Children provides desperately needed private funding and expert consultation to select social organizations to achieve measurable results. Following a rigorous application and approval process by our Grants Committees, HFC academic and social welfare experts from renowned universities and institutions provide consultation throughout the grant year to each organization HFC funds. Grantees benefit from ongoing information sharing on best practices, consultation on program design and emphasis on evidence-based evaluation tools to guarantee life-changing results. In all our grant making, HFC tracks outcomes and illustrates the broader social impact of our grants.