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Corporate Hands: Digicel goes to school

Published:Thursday | June 11, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Digicel visited three schools to launch their Prayers in the Sky initiative which will see the students writing prayers for Child Month, which were then printed on kites and flown on National Prayer and Fasting Day, May 27.
Corporal Gillian Faulkner (back row, left), Digicel sponsorship executive, Tari Lovell (standing, centre) and brand ambassador Yendi Phillipps help the students of the Allman Town Primary School to cut their cake in recognition of Child Month.
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On Monday, May 18, Digicel visited three schools in the downtown Kingston area to speak to the children about safety and security. This was part of the company's Child Month activities.

Digicel also launched their Prayers in the Sky initiative which saw the students writing prayers for the month and which were printed on kites that were flown on National Prayer and Fasting Day, May 27.