Doing a bout of social responsibility, RUBiS Energy Jamaica has reached out to the Bellevue Hospital in Kingston to help them fight the COVID-19 virus. The company has supplied the hospital with much needed cleaning supplies.
Boom Energy Drink teamed up with Food For The Poor to bring smiles to another needy family. The project adds to Food For The Poor’s plan to build homes across the island with their Tan Ah Yuh Yard initiative. Donations to assist this initiative can be done on the Food For The Poor website.
Service station company Rubis has added another energetic business person to their family by allowing Dave Myrie to own their newest station. Even during the pandemic, the Myrie family realized that this is a great time to join the petrol industry. A lifelong dream come true.
To put smiles on the faces of children throughout the region, the Sandals Foundation teamed up with Hasbro for a toy drive. This drive keeps with the Foundation’s yearly effort to impact children during Christmas. This year, the initiative aligns with the observance of COVID-19 regulations.
Imagine being able to change your earning capabilities. All you have to do is spread the word of where you bought the things you love. Each time they buy, you earn. What would that do for you? How many people would you tell? How often would you spread the word?
428 ViewsThe Rotaract Club of Kingston (RCOK) has heard the lament of the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) and
Sandals Foundation pulls all stops and lets it flow for schools across four of Jamaica’s parishes. The foundation has installed hand washing sanitation stations valued at US$22,000.
Every Mikkle Foundation will push Youth Entrepreneurs to see if they can represent the Caribbean region as the best there is. Master Classes, handholding, and networking with give each youth the opportunity to thrive as a business.
1,119 ViewsSix of Jamaica’s finest business minds are competing in the region. They are all taking part in the Organisation
733 Views“All of this is for us!” exclaimed Matron Nickeisha Harding of the Santa Cruz Infirmary, in St. Elizabeth.