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Corporate Hands: DHL committed to serving

Published:Thursday | June 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Members of DHL’s corporate social responsibility committee who visited the Mustard Seed Communities. They are (from left): Vennis Williamson, Don Gayle, Joni-Gaye Cawley, Trudy Cobourne and Jody-Jay Todd.
Members of DHL’s Corporate Social Responsibility Committee present a gift of more than 200 food items to representatives from the Mustard Seed Communities. They are (from left): Brother Bernard, Ezlyn McKenzie – matron; Tamara Tucker, missions representative/manager; Jody-Jay Todd, DHL, Shari-Ann Smith-Haynes, DHL, Michelle Phillips, DHL, and Annettia Bennett-Atkinson, DHL. The food items were donated by DHL’s employees in Kingston and Montego Bay.

DHL is committed to giving back to Jamaica in tangible ways, including supporting the youth who are affected by disabilities. On Saturday, June 6, five members of DHL's Corporate Social Responsibility Committee visited the Mustard Seed Communities My Father's House. They spent quality time with the children, reading to them and presented them with gifts.