As part of efforts to bolster the health and safety measures brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, members of the graduating class of 1989 have donated $600,000 to their alma mater, Oberlin High School, to help with sanitation projects. The donation will significantly enhance the ability of the school to meet the stipulated protocols of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information as well as those of the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
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.
It's all hands on deck when dealing with this COVID-19 pandemic. This sentiment is no different anywhere and the business stakeholders have decided to assist the government in curtailing the spread of COVID in Negril.
Jamaica Reach to Recovery (JRR), the support arm of the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS), was presented with a cheque for JMD$1,000,000 from the Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI) on Friday, October 23, 2020, at their head offices in Kingston, Jamaica. ICWI has been a long-standing partner of the Jamaica Cancer Society, and Jamaica […]
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.
“All of this is for us!” exclaimed Matron Nickeisha Harding of the Santa Cruz Infirmary, in St. Elizabeth. Toiletries and personal care items were recently donated by representatives of RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited, to residents of the home. Intending to make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by the COVID- 19 pandemic, […]
Over centuries, we sleep comfortably because of the people who watch over us. These people include the Maroon leaders who continue to fight against injustice. The Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation reminds of the injustice that has been happening with our environment and takes a stance that "It's Time for Nature" to get respect.
Jamaica’s COVID-19 recoveries reached 100 in the last 24 hours, as 10 additional persons were released from care, having returned two consecutive negative test results. The last 24 hours also saw the island recording two new confirmed cases, bringing to 507 the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Jamaica. One of the two new […]
Jamaica's Capital of Casual a.k.a Negril has been taken over by the hearts of some cool people. Canadian born Lynette Allain and Keeley Clarke have been on a mission to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing Blessing Bags worth J$3000. Lynette, who is a resident of Jamaica, living in Negril has […]
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith, expressed Jamaica’s appreciation to the Government and people of the Republic of South Korea for test kits and equipment, which will boost Jamaica’s capacity for testing and aid in the country’s fight against [the deaded] COVID-19 pandemic. The needed supplies include 7,500 […]