For the first time since its formation, the Free Town Church of God of Prophecy Outreach Foundation, located in Clarendon held a Health Fair and Back to School Giveaways resulting in a big turnout.
Director and pastor the host church for the foundation Miracle Tabernacle, Zebulah Aiken expressed pleasure at the event and also took time out to thank the overseas sponsors who ensured the children had school supplies at the end of the day.
“Tanya Taylor and Melonie Sterling left Free Town a long time ago, but they have consistently been giving back to our efforts. A lot go away and never look back,” she praised.
Foundation artist Papa Biggy led a campaign in Connecticut for back to school supplies resulting in some of his pooling their resources to ensure the children in Clarendon had were treated to well needed back to school supplies.
“I am overwhelmed at the show of love and support and also for the health personnel who volunteered their time to perform medicals for the students,” said Aiken.
Aiken also expressed thanks to Jamalco and Dr. Watson.
Thanks to all our sponsors who made this happen
Tanya Taylor, Melonie Sterling, Jamalco, Papa Biggy, Gurvan Whitely, William Shagoury, Most Wanted, Member of the Foundation, Clarendon Health Department. Lion’s Club May Pen.