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CORPORATE HANDS - CB Chicken teams with Miss Universe Jamaica

Published:Thursday | January 1, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Geraldine Allen (left), principal of Mico Practising Primary and Junior High; 'Intense' host Talia Soares (centre), and CB Chicken's brand manager, Alicia Bogues, smile as the school receives $75,000 from the CB Chicken Pan Chicken Championships Celebrity Cook-Off. - Contributed Photo
Miss Universe Jamaica Kaci Fennell (left) is presented with a cheque valued at $150,000 for her charity, Style for Change (S4C), by CB Chicken's brand manager, Alicia Bogues. - Contributed Photo
Volunteers prepare #hashtaglunchbags in ATL's VW showroom for Kaci Fennell's charity. - Contributed Photo
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Recently, CB Chicken handed over JA$150,000 to Miss Universe Jamaica 2014, Kaci Fennell at ATL's VW showroom.

Fennell won the CB Chicken's Pan Chicken Championship Celebrity Cook-Off in November 2014. She will be utilising the funds for her charity, Style for Change (S4C), which works with underprivileged youth, homeless citizens and retired geriatrics. In particular, S4C has a focus on feeding projects, which led Fennell to be involved in the Kingston chapter of the Global Shapers Community's #HashtagLunchbag initiative.

The sandwich-making drive, held inside ATL Automotive's Volkswagen (VW) Showroom, aimed to prepare 500 sandwiches for persons in need, but because of overwhelming support, saw over 1,000 sandwiches delivered to shelters in Kingston. Products handed over by Grace (sponsors of CB Pan Chicken), including Grace Tomato Ketchup, and Grace Corned Beef, were used on the spot by Fennell.