Do good neighbours, Food For The Poor and BOOM Energy Drink responded to 73 year old Vincent Richards cry for help. The retired sugar worker received help from these neighbours who helped to build a new home for him and family following his eviction.
The adage “many hands make light work” should be applied to philanthropic endeavors as well as other tasks. When it comes to giving back, collaborating with other individuals and businesses can help you make a greater difference. Partnering provides for increased impact and sends the right messages.
Feeding the poor and the vulnerable population is a social responsibility that everyone should embrace. Since 2014 Donovan Small has been making good on fulfilling this mandate on New Year’s Day.
Food For The Poor (FFTP) Jamaica has upped the ante through technology; and will likely spur a change in how other local organisations host road races going forward. Their interactive Race for Hunger virtual race app was launched on June 1, and promises to be a game-changer.
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.