This week, we hear the story of how three early childhood institutions grew and prospered after being adopted by a financial institution for a year.
Waste build up can have a negative impact on the environment and the beauty of a community. To ensure this does not happen, The Sandals foundation in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) decided to introduce the Solid Waste Reduction project in the Whitehouse and Bluefields communities in Westmoreland. This project, which has been taking place over the last 14 months, introduced waste separation, plastic bottle recycling, community composting to community members. Although the project has been reaping success, it created another problem. What do you do with all the waste collected? While trying to figure out a solution, participants found the perfect solution – upcycling.
This week: 70 young Jamaicans get a chance to be inspired by Storm Saulter’s Sprinter. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week we hear the story a Christiana High School Teacher who opened her home to a student who was in need. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week, we hear the story of how a simple encounter transformed into one women fostering a child. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week, the Stratmore Gardens Children’s Home gets a special treat from a group of high school students.
This week, we hear the story of a woman who started a foundation to help the elderly and children.
This week we look at how a wellness programme, transformed into an initiative that benefits four of Jamaica’s hospitals. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week, we hear the story of how a simple fundraiser transformed into a 5K to help tertiary students. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
On a sunny Thursday morning, over 50 young Jamaicans gathered at cluster E at the Golden age home to spend some time with the residents, who were not only happy to see so many young people taking time out to interact with them, but also to help beautify the space they call home.
This week: the Fort Augusta Adult Correctional Centre receives well-needed boost to its water storage capacity.
Families of persons living with disabilities in Kingston and St Elizabeth to benefit from a special needs resource fair.
Persons living with disabilities and their families benefit from the Abilities Foundation Food Bank.
Outpatients of the Bellvue Hospital in St Andrew receive care packages from social workers. Stay tuned to find who is sharing the love.
Fostering community involvement through volunteerism is one of the many goals of the Central Jamaica Conference (CJC) of Seventh-day Adventists Operation Save A Youth (OSAY) programme. Over 5000, young people from Manchester, Clarendon and St Catherine were mobilized, providing acts of kindness across 80 projects in the parish.
This week, blind persons to benefit from the support of thousands of Jamaicans.
63 residents of the St Thomas infirmary received a special treat from 15 students from Northern Caribbean University NCU’s behavioural social science’s club. The initiative is an ongoing activity done by club members as part of their mandate to feed the homeless and visit various infirmaries and children’s homes across the island.
The Victoria Jubilee Hospital plays a critical role in delivering care to infants and their mothers across Jamaica. To help the hospital in meeting this objective, United Kingdom-based charity, Rejuvenate Jamaica Hospitals, recently donated medical equipment valued at US$6,700 towards improving neonatal services at the hospital.
This week, we share how one group is inspiring children through the performing arts.