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Corporate Jamaica Shows Care

Published:Thursday | June 9, 2016 | 6:00 AM
Digicel Foundation CEO Samantha Chantrelle (right) presents Jodie-Kay Kerr with a hand-made craft item from Papua New Guinea. Kerr, a sales administrator for Digicel, has been awarded an all-expense paid trip to visit Papua New Guinea after winning the Digicel Foundation ‘Live, Learn, Love the Foundation’ staff trivia competition.
Principal and students of the Fyffes Pen Early Childhood Institution with their Adopt-a-School team captains, Vilma Barrett-Gunter (left) and Snova Farquharson, at the western relaunch of the programme.
Jamalco volunteers Yonette Betton (seated, front) and Shadae Clarke (seated, back) read to students at Patrick Town Basic School on the recent Read Across Jamaica Day.
Cynthia (second left) and Paul Hanworth, chief operating officer at Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust Limited,  go over the individual lesson plans for Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School students Chadrick Pusey (left) and Jaiyea Samuels at the start of their session. Hanworth joined his wife, who teaches two days per week with the grade five students, and volunteered to further the CB Facey Foundation’s work at the school.
Assistant General Manager, Group Investor Relations, Performance Monitoring and Planning at the National Commercial Bank, Lennox Channer reads to the boys at the Allman Town Primary School in recognition of Read Across Jamaica Day.
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