Jah Works, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization, is proud to partner with the Bluefields People’s Community Association (BPCA), who has worked since 1988 to empower its residents through various development projects, targeted at creating independence.

Our collaboratively-designed programs align with four of the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals: Clean Water & Sanitation, Quality Education, Zero Hunger and Decent Work & Economic Development.

Our projects are funded by people like you who believe in a more intentional and respectful way to create positive change while preserving local customs and cultures.


Together, we co-host small groups of altruistic travelers who want to enjoy an immersive experience – with a light footprint – in the Jamaican countryside.

When you travel with us, you’ll enjoy getting to know the vibrant people of Bluefields, delight in the fresh food and good vibes, and bring out your adventurous side with eco-tourism activities.

You’ll also directly support the local economy and many entrepreneurs, help fund community development projects, and can even choose to add a community-service project into your itinerary while you’re there.

Interested in Traveling to Jamaica? Get in Touch!


S2 Ep 6 – Jah Works in Mysterious Ways

Cofounder Megan Smoot sits down with Stephen George, host of the Sound of Southern Charm podcast. Listen in to hear how Jah Works got it’s name, why it all started in the first place, and more.