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VMBS provides much-needed boost to youth groups

Published:Thursday | July 16, 2015 | 7:00 AMKeisha Hill
From left: Vivienne Bayley-Hay, vice-president, Group Marketing & Corporate Affairs at Victoria Mutual Building Society and Christopher Denny, vice-president, Building Society Operations, make a presentation to Celia Davidson Francis, director Alumni Relations at the University of the West Indies and Oshane Allen, University of the West Indies 'Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow' ambassador.
Christopher Denny (left), vice-president, Building Society Operations at Victoria Mutual Building Society and Vivienne Bayley-Hay (right), vice-president, Group Marketing and Corporate Affairs, present the computer to (from second left) Greta Bogues, chairman of the St Andrew Settlement and Patrick Newman, executive director of St Andrew Settlement.
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Victoria Mutual Building Society recently made three corporate donations to the St Andrew Settlement, Fletcher's Land Police Youth Club and the Alumni House at the University of the West Indies, Mona.

St Andrew Settlement received a computer, which will be used in executing their outreach activities in Majesty Gardens. The newly established Alumni House received a microwave. The Fletcher's Land Police Youth Club received a table tennis board for its indoor sports facility. This facility aims to remove youngsters from the street and provide them with a safe, fun and productive environment to grow and develop.