Raising Funds To Help Jamaicans Since 1957

VIDEO: IMAGINE- Sugar Cane Ball 2019

Hanover Charities hosts its annual legendary fundraiser under a neon coloured theme: IMAGINE – Sugar Cane Ball 2019.

The event held on February 16 at Round Hill Hotel helps raise funds for the causes of the charity.

Watch this video that summarizes the 2019 event


The past 60 years were rewarding and satisfying, we have done a lot and looking forward to doing a lot more.

Watch this video that beautifully summerizes our journey thus far.
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VIDEO: Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball 2016

The Sugar Cane Ball held every year on Presidents Weekend (the second Saturday of every February)

What has become one of the premier partys’ during the busy winter social calendar the Sugar Cane Ball, held at Round Hill Hotel, raison d’etre is to raise money for the Charity…
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  • The mission of Hanover Charities is, and always has been, to improve the health, welfare, and education of our neighbors in Hanover Parish…
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  • It all started with a cow and an old Jamaican family. When the charismatic Willy Delisser became Custos of Hanover, he and his wife Ida immediately became great supporters of their community.  Every December the Delissers would slaughter a cow…
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  • Hanover Charities is blessed to have a cohesive board of diverse talents and skills; each director and member plays a vital role in the success of our organization…
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  • It is with deep sadness that we announce that Mr. Roy Ten Fah, JP, our Secretary/Treasurer of over 35 years of service to Hanover Charities has passed away on Friday, February 22, 2019 after fighting a grave illness.

    Hanover Charities will be forever grateful for Mr. Ten Fah’s dedication and philanthropy, and will be remembered for being a most upstanding, honest, hard working and honorable citizen who gave over decades of himself.  His legacy will live on in the many projects we have started during his involvement including the recently opened Hopewell Sports & Community Centre, which was dear to his heart.