Cornwall Regional Hospital receives donation of 10 beds. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
On this week’s edition of Sharing the Love, visually impaired persons receive care packages. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week, non-profit organisation using music to spread the message of non-discrimination of COVID 19 patients. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
This week residents in central Jamaica receive help from the Seventh-day Adventist church. Stay tuned to find out who is sharing the love.
In March the coronavirus (COVID-19) made its way to the community of Corn Piece in Clarendon which resulted in the community being placed under quarantine. The restricted movement made it difficult for residents to stock up on well-needed supplies. Find out how Cals Manufacturing has since stepped up to ensure that residents are receiving the supplies they need.
The Spanish Jamaica Foundation is to donate 200,000 US dollars to the Ministry of Health and Wellness to help in the fight against COVID 19. Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica His Excellency Josep Bosch Bessa says the donation reflects the commitment of the Spanish community to deepen relations with the Government and people of Jamaica. Find out more on this edition of Sharing the Love.
The Savanna La Mar Hospital in Westmoreland had a challenge treating persons with respiratory illnesses because the nebulizer machines at the hospital stopped working. To fill the gap, members of the key club at Mannings High School decided to raise funds to purchase two new nebulizers for the Hospital’s children’s ward. Find out more about this development on Sharing the love.
With the coronavirus, COVID 19 on the island causing schools to be closed, teachers have been teaching online classes to continue educating our children. However, there are still children who are disadvantaged by a lack of meals that would normally be provided at school. Listen to hear what the staff at the Grateful Hill Primary School in St Catherine is doing to help this situation.
Staff and students at the The Mount Pleasant Primary school in Portland have instituted a community outreach project dubbed the giving hands foundation. Press play to find out how they’re impacting their community.
This edition of Sharing the love shares how Jamaicans can receive basic tips on how to cope with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID 19) on the island through Jamaica Red Cross’ psychosocial unit at (876) 984-7860-2. The unit has also embarked on an education campaign to share tips through various electronic media such as print, television, radio and social media. Press play to get more details.
There are some Jamaicans who will never get a chance to experience the rich musical heritage because of their hearing is impaired. Founder of the Starkey Hearing Foundation William Austin saw this challenge and decided to do something which led to the creation of the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Press play to hear more about how this foundation is helping those with hearing loss to get an opportunity to hear again.