“Our Mission is to help families in the Cayman Islands restore their lives and recover from the devastating effects of natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes and weather-related events, or loss occasioned by man-made events.

Through our outreach efforts as an independent, non-governmental charitable trust, we work to bring stability, dignity and hope to families facing life-changing situations.”


The Cayman Islands National Recovery Fund (CINRF) is a non-governmental, independent, charitable trust focused on helping families restore their lives and recover from hurricanes, other disasters and unfortunate, life-changing situations.

The CINRF is a tax-exempt charitable organisation, based in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and is also registered in the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom. The Fund relies almost solely on donations from the general public, national corporations and international corporate donors.

The Fund is administered by a Board of Trustees, monitored by an Enforcer and a Corporate Trustee, and works in cooperation both with similarly minded community NGOs within the Cayman Islands such as the Rotary Club, IAMCO, and the Cayman Ministers Association as well as the Government of the Cayman Islands.

What We Do
for our community

  • Disaster Planning
  • Request Assistance


Our Latest News

In September 2014, marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, the Governor of the Cayman Islands, Her Excellency, Helen Kilpatrick became a trustee and Chairman of the Cayman Islands National Recovery Fund.


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