Corporate Hands


June 20, 2016
Contributed Free Town Primary School received a well needed boost, -– thanks to Jamaica Broilers Group when Youth for Change members spruced up the facility on Labour Day joined by Member of Parliament Mike Henry (fourth right).
Hermine Metcalfe (left), St Patrick's Foundation chairman and Heather Moyston (centre), Digicel Foundation board director, in a pleasant discussion with cosmetology student at St Patrick's Foundation, Shannon Reid, during a visit at the centre following the official handover of funds received through the Digicel Foundation Mek A Muckle micro-grant programme.
Heather Moyston (right), board director, Digicel Foundation, gives advice to Nkechi Gilbert-Gregory (left), regarding the cake baking course she is currently pursuing at St Patrick's Foundation. Sharing in the moment are (from left): Juliet Williams, acting centre manager; Natesha Bailey, teacher; Frederick Cooper, sales representative, Garcom Trading Limited -– Digicel dealer store and Hermine Metcalfe, chairman, St Patrick's Foundation.

Digicel Foundation provided $260,000 to the St Patrick's Foundation as part of its 'Mek A Muckle' micro-grant programme. The funds will be used to start well-needed renovation work at two of the outreach organisation's locations in Kingston, including their head office at Pacific Boulevard and the St Margaret's Human Resource Centre. St Patrick's welcomed the assistance. The first area of focus is changing the doors and windows of the head office's administrative building, to improve security, and repainting of the building.

Free Town Primary receives well needed boost.