Two fish sanctuaries in St Ann receive grant funding for research expansion.
Children in Westmoreland benefit from literacy programme organized by an International charity.
Several nurses across the island receive care packages from Private Sector Company.
Kitson Town Primary School’s top performing PEP students receive tablet computers.
40 Students at the Grateful Hill Primary school in St Catherine now have access to online learning thanks to the donation of tablet computers by past student Unique Gray.
76 educators recently had their skills sharpened during an online learning workshop put on by an international non-profit organisation.
International Organisation donates 48 Beds to the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
Several Jamaican students benefit from a virtual coding and robotics camp hosting by an international technology company.
The Sandals Foundation recently hosted a series of back-to-school fairs benefiting close to 600 students in Westmoreland and Hanover.
This week, medical student receives financial assistance from Private Sector Company.
Residents in Middle Quarters St Elizabeth receive support from local organisation.
International charity partnering with local hoteliers to support community development projects.
2020 PM Youth Award recipient for leadership and nation building Abi-Gaye Smythe host blood drive to assist patients with heart disease.
The Rotary Club of St. Andrew North in partnership with the Jamaica Kidney Kids Foundation has donated medical equipment to the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
Fourteen students of Coote Savanna early childhood institution in Westmoreland can now access online classes thanks to a donation of mobile data credit from the team from Sandals South Coast.
For the past 4 years Food for the Poor Jamaica has hosted a 5K race to raise funds to support its mission to help needy families in the country.
The race this year has gone virtual and for the entire month of June persons can register to participate in the event.
Mount Pleasant Primary School student helps classmates navigate online learning.
Non-profit organisation providing scholarships to students from Manchester High School.
This week, hear how a non-profit organisation has been painting cross walks in Papine St Andrew.
Ask any small businesses owner or operator and they will tell you that running one successfully is hard work. There are so many things to know and keep track of, and many businesses often fail because operators lack the support or know how to stay profitable.
Enter the Honey Bun Foundation, whose goal is to lend support to small businesses to help them grow successfully.