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Corporate Hands: Amanda Fraser Gives Back To The Needy

Published:Thursday | March 10, 2016 | 12:00 AMKeisha Hill
Amanda Fraser treats residents at the Ebenezer Home for the Mentally Challenged with CranWATA and sugar cookies.
Amanda Fraser poses with this ward of the Bustamante Hospital for Children during the kids treat, which was hosted by WATA and the Shaggy Make A Difference Foundation.
Amanda Fraser decorates holiday cupcakes of the Ebenezer Home for the mentally disabled.

Amanda Fraser, conceptualiser of the not-for-profit project known as '26 Acts of Grace,' spends her unemployment fulfilling a call for charity. She committed herself to completing 26 charitable acts before her 26th birthday last month.

"I have had a very supportive network which includes my parents, siblings and friends, who have encouraged me and ensured me that I can do anything in life or be anything that I want to be," said Fraser.

The range of completed acts includes a clothing drive, donation of 100 individually wrapped books to a Manchester Boy's Home and participation in the WATA Kids Treat at the Bustamante Hospital for Children where Fraser delivered hand-drawn pictures for the children to colour.

While she began the campaign to fill the void created by unemployment, the charity element has evolved into a lifestyle that is more than a passing phase for Fraser.

To contact Fraser to donate to her blood drive or birthday campaign, e-mail her at: or visit her crowdfunding site at: