Two Bunch Palms is a non-profit foundation established by the founders of SXM Festival and registered in Sint Maarten. Our mission is to assist the rebuild efforts of the island and to revive the international reputation it has as one of the top and most desired destinations in the Caribbean.
For over 10 years Saint Martin has been our second, beloved home. We have bonded with the people, immersed ourselves in their unique and charming culture and revelled in the extraordinary natural beauty of the island. We have long forged strong relationships with both the tourism boards of Saint Martin and Sint Maarten and work in solidarity with them now, to raise funds in this time of great need. With their guidance, the money we raise is being distributed among official, trusted charities and associations.
As devastating as Hurricane Irma has been, we are confident that Saint Martin will have an amazing renaissance. As a community, we can help make it happen. We believe that this is an opportunity to come back stronger than ever. It's up to all of us to show our love to this special, heavenly place and the people that have given us so much joy.
“Creative adaptability is the key to successful conservation.”
JULIEN ARBIA| Co-Founder
We are 100% focused on the island and it’s people and what they need to recover as quickly and efficiently as possible. We run Two bunch Palms Foundation with the utmost care and concern. This is a non-profit. There have been some, although few, who have questioned our motives. They have voiced concerns that the funds would not reach those who need it. We operate with transparency to allay any doubt of our intention.
We know that this is our time to do what is right and meet the challenges necessary to see Saint Martin / Sint Maarten recover in record time. We are intimately connected to the people and the island and their is no other choice than to be involved to the greatest of our abilities. We do this for love. There is nothing worse than the feeling of being helpless to affect change. We are grateful to be in a position to help.