Corporates back Jamaica Cancer Society

Published: Wednesday | May 30, 2012 Comments 0
Yulit Gordon (left), executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS), seems to be saying  ...
Yulit Gordon (left), executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS), seems to be saying ...


The Jamaica Cancer Society launched the pledge ceremony for its 'Tree of Hope' effort to raise $10 million towards the purchase of a new mobile mammography unit to travel the entire island's under-served communities and conduct screening for breast cancer.Members of corporate Jamaica are fully behind it.


CAPTION: Yulit Gordon (left), executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society seems to be saying, "we are all in this together" to Joseph Matalon, of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica, during Tuesday’s pledge ceremony for the JCS ‘Tree of Hope’ project hosted during the PSOJ Chairman’s Breakfast at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel. LIME’s Vennis Williamson (second left), head of LIME pledged support on the company’s behalf. New Jamaica Public Service CEO Kelly Tomblin (centre), and Sandra Glasgow listen in.

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