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wata treat

Published:Thursday | January 21, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Kamilla Mcdonald (with microphone) has everyone in exercise mode during one of her work-out sessions.
Social media personality and WATA brand ambassador Bella Blair (right) has the full attention of the children during the games segment of the treat.

WATA has launched an initiative to raise money throughout the month of January. Shaggy-labelled 600ml bottles of WATA have been released for sale, and for each bottle purchased during January, $3 will be donated to the Bustamante Hospital for Children through the Shaggy Make a Difference Foundation.

As part of its commitment to the hospital, WATA hosted a children's treat at the hospital to spread new year cheer to the young patients. This was the grand finale of their Christmas Kindness activities, which rewarded deserving Jamaicans for their selfless acts of kindness.

The treat included face painting, story time, a puppet show, and a brief exercise session with local celebrities. Kamila McDonald showed the children a short exercise routine to stay active while hospitalised; Emprezz showcased her Ackee Walk Puppet Show; and Jenny Jenny participated in other activities.