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Corporates shine on Labour Day

Published:Monday | May 30, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Courtney Bell of the FLOW Foundation is flanked by Kristi-Leigh Wilson (left), marketing associate, and Kayon Wallace, director of corporate communications, as they worked on one of two Labour Day projects that FLOW spearheaded. The trio were taking time out from painting sections of the auditorium at the Shortwood Practicing School.
FLOW volunteers at Kingston High School had a successful day as they renovated the auditorium and did general clean-up of the environment. Here, students, teachers and FLOW team members give a shout of relief after they completed a hard day’s work.
The Blossom Gardens Children’s Home had all their desks and chairs varnished by members of ItelBPO and Vista Print. The team members are (from left) Tanesha Allen, Valencia Hines, Elkin Myrie and Semani Clauchar.
Mayor of Montego Bay Glendon Harris painting the ceiling of the Montego Bay Autism Centre during the VIP Attractions/Digicel Foundation Labour Day project last Monday.
The VIP Attractions group combined its efforts with Digicel Foundation to deliver a new centre to the Montego Bay Autism Centre. From left: VIP Attractions’ new CEO, Ricardo Esteban, Digicel’s Ricky Purkiss; and Monique Sewell are at work during their Labour Day project.
Heroy Clarke (left), member of parliament for Central St James, helps to paint a table at the Blossom Gardens Children’s Home with Digicel Foundation’s Joy Clark (centre) and councillor Suzette Brown.
The Vista Print team, in collaboration with Digicel Foundation, varnishes chairs for the children at Blossom Gardens Children’s Home. From left: Tanisha Walter, Nicola Johnson and Trudy-Ann Hanson.