Amy Roloff, who stars in the reality TV show on The Learning Channel (TLC), ‘Little People, Big World’, visited Jamaica this week with Lisa Dixon, Vice President of the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation (ARCF) and Diane Pollard, President of the Issa Trust Foundation.
During their stay at Couples Sans Souci, the group toured both the Annotto Bay Hospital in St. Mary and the Bustamante Children’s Hospital in Kingston.
At a luncheon at Devon House in Kingston, Roloff presented Paul Issa, deputy chairman of Couples Resorts and Chairman of the Issa Trust Foundation, with a hand-painted glass plate in appreciation of the support received from Couples Resorts.
ARCF will hold its 2012 Starry Night Summers Day Dinner, Auction & Golf Benefit in Portland, Oregon this September with guest host Jason Kennedy from E! to benefit children’s charities including the Issa Trust Foundation.
“This is our second year supporting the Issa Trust Foundation. We believe that the children of Jamaica and the Caribbean are in need of our help,” Roloff said. “We love what the Issa Trust Foundation does to enrich the lives of children.” Couples Resorts, headquartered in Montego Bay, Jamaica, owns and operates four properties in Jamaica - Couples Tower Isle, Couples Sans Souci, Couples Swept Away and Couples Negril.