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Moneygram, First Union Give Books to Children

Published:Thursday | July 21, 2016 | 7:00 AM
Brandon Chin (right), marketing officer, Alliance Investment Management Limited, an agent of MoneyGram, presents a gift package to Malik Phipps.
Michael Howard, general manager of the Victoria Mutual Building Society Money Transfer Services Limited, an agent of MoneyGram, presents a certificate to Kimoya Clarke.
Beverly Douglas, deputy general manager, LASCO Financial Services Limited, an agent of MoneyGram, presents a certificate to Khan Francis.
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MoneyGram Foundation, in collaboration with the United States-based non-profit social enterprise, First Book, have awarded US$150,000 to purchase 10,000 new, age-appropriate and culturally relevant books for children.

At the recent Kingston Young Men's Christian Association Child Resiliency Programme, sponsored by MoneyGram, 60 at-risk students participated and received certificates and school bags with books from MoneyGram and First Book Global Marketplace.