As a non-profit organization, BFLA relies heavily on donations from supporters, funders and partners. You could make a difference by volunteering your time, skills and expertise to contribute to the development of BFLA's many clinical and non-clinical programmes. To find out more on how you could support the work that we do, contact us.
Meet Molly Miller
During the summer of 2015, I had the privilege of working with BFLA on several projects, including a curriculum review of the organization’s current peer helper training curriculum and an outcome evaluation of the peer helper program at Edward P. Yorke High School, located in Belize City.
This experience has given me the opportunity to further develop the skills that I learned through the Master of Public Service program at the Clinton School of Public Service as well as new skills, such as health education and working with youth.
However, the very best part of working for BFLA is the encouragement that I’ve received from BFLA staff and the freedom to truly utilize my skills in all of these areas.
I couldn’t have asked for a more supportive organization to spend my summer with!