Kurt “The Party Animal” Riley” - a popular disc jock and music producer, along with community members of Biddenford, a small district in Trelawny, came together to help build a safe and sanitary structure with modern amenities for Hubert Clarke and his small family to call home.
The Sandals Foundation, through Sandals and Beaches brands and its robust marketing machinery has partnered with the non-profit organization 'Pack for a Purpose'. The programme invites travelers to donate 5 pounds of school, medical, hygiene and other needed supplies to their country destination.
Food For the Poor never stops trying to impact the lives of those in need. With this in mind, they have created a virtual event that will help them build 38 homes through their charity.
Over the last four decades, Garnett Roper has practised as a minister of the Missionary Church in Jamaica. Dr Roper’s life is dedicated to theology and social policy development for marginalized people. His next assignment is in Zambia and nearby countries in Southern Africa, where he will continue to teach, preach and participate in social policy activities.
Wisynco, under its hydration brand, WATA, made another supplemental donation of 500 modified medical spacers to the South East Regional Health Authority (SEHRA) through the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) on May 10. The gesture was another step in the company’s efforts to help provide support to Jamaicans affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Wisynco Group Limited’s […]
As Jamaicans worldwide make their feelings known, the call for George Wright to be removed from parliament is getting louder by the day. The former JLP Member of Parliament became embattled ever since a video showing a man beating a woman went viral.
Standing up for what is right is not always the most popular thing to do. It is what everyone should do, no matter what. This is what Costa Rica and Jamaica have decided to do when it comes to the COVID-19 Vaccine for our citizens.
The Jamaica Association of Administrative Professionals continues their quest to uplift and empower teenage mothers. Recently, they made a significant donation to the Women's Centre of Jamaica Foundation. The contribution was of much-needed supplies to assist the Centre in coping during the COVID-19 crisis.
After a bit of a wait, the Jamaican students that are in Cuba will finally receive care packages and essentials. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade has worked with Corporate Jamaica to fill the shipment.