The Jamaica Stock Exchange has put its hand in the life-saving realm by donating an incubator to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. These types of donation are immediately felt and put to practice. There is always room for more of these types of contributions and support of our hospitals.
In an effort to spread more Christmas joy this year Boom and Food For The Poor have teamed up to gift houses to 10 people through their Tan Ah Yuh Yard initiative to celebrate 10 years.
JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation Helps to Transform Online Learning with J$10M Donation to ‘One Laptop or Tablet Per Child’ Initiative. The donation will allow thousands of children to take part in school during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Win a laptop" quizzes have paid off well for 6 students. They have all received brand new laptops thanks to JP, Wisynco, and Tru-Juice.
Trevor Spence, a member of the Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School board, said that COVID-19 is affecting the students’ quest to learn and their parents’ ability to earn. Spence, who has been active in the Trench Town communities for over 50 years, explained: “Many of the children have a single parent, most likely a […]
The salt of the earth adequately describes Mr Anthony O'Reilly. His presence on our little island causes the world to stand balanced. His effort to impact other peoples lives positively has left indelible marks on the hearts of many. He and his wife Loreen are constantly following the calling from the almighty.
An additional 15 disabled children left in hospitals around Jamaica are to be accommodated by Mustard Seed Communities, on the request of the Child Protection and Family Services Agency (CPFSA). This brings to 480 the number of children under the care of Mustard Seed Communities in 13 homes across the island. This was announced last week by […]