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Corporate Hands: Mel a Muckle for Children

Published:Wednesday | November 18, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Digicel Foundation Chairman, Jean Lowrie-Chin (second left), with Jason Lobban (left), a resident of the Southaven community in Yallahs, St Thomas as she presents one of the items purchased for the Resource Centre at the Southaven Early Childhood Institution through the Foundation’s Mek A Muckle grant, at the FiMi Wireless dealer store in downtown Kingston.  Looking on, from (fourth left) are Joy Spence, Digicel Foundation vice-chair; Nicholas Walters (third right), chairman of the school board; Melissa Absolom (second right), FiMi Wireless store manager and Stephen Bogle.

Students from the Southhaven Early Childhood Institution in Yallahs, St Thomas, were happy to be the first to benefit from the Digicel Foundation's 'Mek A Muckle' Initiative. They received funds to equip their resource and homework centre with resources, including a laptop, whiteboard and markers, folding tables, a wall fan, and a multimedia projector.

Application forms are currently available on the Foundation's website www.digiceljamaicafoundation.org, and in more than 13 dealer stores islandwide, including Digicel's flagship stores in Kingston and St Andrew.