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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | May 20, 2020 | 12:23 AM
Supreme Ventures vice-president of marketing, communications and sponsorships, Gail Abrahams, greets Eyvonne Hammond-Grant, health and social care supervisor of the Glenhope Nursery and Place of Safety.
Supreme Ventures vice-president of marketing, communications and sponsorships, Gail Abrahams, greets Eyvonne Hammond-Grant, health and social care supervisor of the Glenhope Nursery and Place of Safety.
Abrahams was pleased  to make a presentation to  Fayola Cole of Glenhope, which was the first stop in a four-day activation.
Abrahams was pleased to make a presentation to Fayola Cole of Glenhope, which was the first stop in a four-day activation.
Abrahams presents a gift to Jennifer Thompson, health and social care assistant at the Glenhope Nursery and Place of Safety, recently.
Abrahams presents a gift to Jennifer Thompson, health and social care assistant at the Glenhope Nursery and Place of Safety, recently.
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A masked team from the Supreme Ventures Foundation (SVF), while maintaining physical distancing, presented gifts to the house mothers in children’s home in the Corporate Area. It was a four-day activation that saw almost 80 house mothers receiving gifts for Mother’s Day. Supreme Ventures vice-president of marketing, communications and sponsorships, Gail Abrahams, says the foundation wanted to show appreciation to the hard-working caregivers who are looking after the children in state care.

The SVF team started their Mother’s Day surprises at Glenhope Nursery and Children’s Home on Maxfield Avenue, where they handed over packages with organic locally made products from Morgan’s Creek Limited. Packages were also dropped off at Homestead Place of Safety, which also houses wards from the Jamaica National Children’s Home, Reddie’s Place of Safety, and Strathmore Garden’s Children’s Home.