Members of the Digicel team show how big their heart was with a donation of $100,000 to the Heart Foundation of Jamaica. The foundation is planning to stage its annual fundraiser, Simply Red, on September 30, and visited the Digicel headquarters last Thursday to host a lunch and learn session about heart health. From left are customer-care agents Shanice Cephas and Amalia Williams; Nadia Nivens-Jarrett, head of marketing; Deborah Chen, executive director of the Heart Foundation; and her colleague, medical administrator Sandrina Davis; Michelle Anderson, Digicel’s director of distribution; and workforce analyst, Kimerine Wilson.
Evadne Cowell (centre), training and development manager, Digicel Foundation, has fun using learning tools from the enrichment cartwith (from left) Kekamoi Sharrier, grade one student; Lianna Fearon, grade three student; and Rhyanah Bennett, grade two student. The enrichment cart was presented to the Kellits Primary School in Clarendon this month by the Digicel Foundation, as a gift from Nikuma Fuller, who won, as her second-place prize in Digicel’s Live, Love, Learn Competition, the opportunity to donate a literacy-enrichment cart to a school of her choice. The literacy-enrichment cart is outfitted with literacy and numeracy materials to aid students between grades one and three in reading, writing, and mathematics.