International Movement for Change OriginsIMC Origins

Here is where it all started for the International Movement for Change (IMC), we certainly didn’t know what to expect after this great event. The first ever Latin America and Caribbean Youth Summit 2010! Click here to view gallery


Can Drive Part 1Food-Drive

IMC Prominent and initial Charitable Venture, the Can Food Drive where various social groups, institutions and organizations donated canned goods to be delivered to those households that did not have enough foodstuff. This lead to numerous other charitable ventures highlighting IMC pathway to social change Click here to view gallery


Beach Clean Upbeach_clean_up

Another one of IMC Ventures, the Beach Clean up was done at Matura where the turtles lay their eggs. This is great outreach in helping beautify Trinidad & Tobago, making it environmentally friendly and beneficial to tourist and wildlife Click here to view gallery


Can DriveCan Drive Part 2

 This was a second Can Drive Venture conducted at a Sports and Family Day held at the Larry Gomes  Stadium. The success of the first Can Drive lead to this second attempt to reach out to more  communities throughout the East-West corridors of Trinidad, this proved more successful Click here to view gallery


Market DayMD Apple

A great societal outreach program coined the Market Day where foodstuff, clothes and other necessities were distributed to the impoverished communities. The International Movement for Change partook in making our donations to aid those in need. Click here to view gallery


  Altruistic Benefit CupABC Logo

  A Joint Venture with the Altruistic Benefit Group hosting a celebrity football match for charity.    This was an opportune moment for IMC to highlight our mission, vision and aim to society and also  letting the citizenry be aware of our projects one of which is our food drive donations. Click here to view gallery.



scholarship-award IM4C Scholarship & Award Ceremony

A special event was held to commemorate the accomplishments that the International Movement for Change has accomplished. In this ceremony the main highlight was the first scholarship funded by the International Movement for Change to help a fellow student in need of furthering educational progress. For more details and highlights see gallery. Click here to view gallery.



On Sunday July 5th, 2015 the Youth Department in collaboration with IMC and Youth Community Services of the South Caribbean Conference will host a march called The MAC Project throughout the streets of the Central Region commencing at the Enterprise SDA Church. The Morality Chastity Abstinence (MAC) Project’s objective is to call young people back to moral awareness and to have Them commit to practicing healthier lifestyle. What do you stand for? Click here to view gallery

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