Farm Up Jamaica facilitates volunteer service expeditions in rural farms in Jamaica. Farm Up Jamaica Expeditions allow participants to travel to Jamaica and work hand in hand with motivated farmers on various projects. We invite you to experience this unforgettable inter-cultural exchange as we venture into stunning landscapes and gracious communities. Our life-changing expeditions […]
PRESS RELEASE – Farm Up Jamaica launched a groundbreaking new business partnership program called SHOP FI A CAUSE (Shop For a Cause) on November 26, 2016. Through this program, participating businesses can fulfill their social responsibility by contributing a tax-deductible percentage of their sales to the Farm Up Jamaica charity. It truly pays to […]
PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday November 26, 2016 New York’s Jamaican Consul General, Trudy Deans paid a visit to Long Island to meet The Farm Up Jamaica Diaspora Group. Her first stop was at Sam’s Caribbean Marketplace where she was welcomed by Farm Up Jamaica board members and Jamaican diaspora from the Metropolitan region. During […]
PRESS RELEASE – On December 15th 2016, son of Jamaica’s first national hero- Marcus Garvey and board certified cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon, Dr. Julius Garvey, was welcomed onto the Farm Up Jamaica Ltd. Executive Board. Similar to his father, Dr. Garvey wishes to help unite Jamaican Diaspora across the globe in order to create a […]
Fly Jamaica Airways sponsors a noble and patriotic cause, Farm Up Jamaica assists National Farm Queen to get on board
Our Jamaica Diaspora Agriculture Task Force has arranged for the Jamaica Agricultural Society’s (JAS) National Farm Queen to participate in a Study Abroad program as part of a new MOU with JAS. Dreymple Marsh, the Jamaican Dean of Delaware’s College of Agriculture will host Peta Gaye Stewart on campus where she will live in the […]
A Portion Of Proceeds From The Sale Of Marley Natural Products Will Help fund Organic Farming through Farm Up Jamaica Ltd.
Rise Up is a philanthropic initiative created by Marley Natural with the intention of expanding on Bob Marley’s ethos, ideals, and core values. His vision for an inclusive and compassionate global community in which we take care of each other and our environment is at the root of our quest. Beginning first and foremost with giving back to Jamaica, we will extend our support globally as we continue to grow.
We believe in the power of the human spirit. By aligning with causes that reflect Bob Marley’s message of natural well-being, Rise Up empowers entrepreneurial people around the world to make meaningful strides towards a brighter future.
The projects we fund are committed to environmental sustainability, positive social change, and helping communities that have been harmed by the social injustices of cannabis prohibition. As agents for change, we honor Bob Marley’s legacy by adding his beliefs and our voice to the conversation about cannabis.
Help employ Jamaican Agriculture Students on a climate-smart Farm and help safeguard job and food security! Donate NOW!
JAMAICAN AGRICULTURE STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP! Through our ‘Young Soldiers for Food Security’ program, Farm Up Jamaica Ltd. has been giving students, from several agriculture schools, the opportunity to gain practical farming experience by working on our South Manchester home farm- every weekend. We have been providing them with transportation, room and board, and a […]
Meet us in Montego Bay for the Jamaican Diaspora Conference June 13th – 18th 2015. We will be a part of the panel presentation and want everyone who has been following this movement to get an up close and personal opportunity to meet our executive board and find out how you can become a significant […]
The quiet hillside community of Haddo in Westmoreland has remained unchanged for decades, with most commuters from Montego Bay to Savanna-la-Mar barely noticing the decades-old village signpost. But on January 22 2015, Haddo sparkled in the spotlight as hundreds of American tourists spent the day there planting 10 acres of high-grade organic ginger on land […]