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Jamaica Private Power Co empowering dreams and lives

Published:Wednesday | May 10, 2017 | 12:00 AM
From left: K'neil Cameron, NicKeal Gordon, and Semoya Burgess of the Full Life Early Childhood Development Centre explore a basket of goodies with Jamaica Private Power Ccompany's general manager, Ingrid Christian-Baker at the Kingston-based school recently.


Students and administrators at the Full Life Early Childhood Development Centre located on Glenmore Road in Franklyn Town, Kingston, recently, received food supplies as the Jamaica Private Power Company (JPPC) expands it breakfast feeding programme among schools in the communities of East Kingston and environs.

This initiative, which began in January 2014 at the Bowerbank Basic School in East Kingston, is a strong showing of the power company's commitment to empowering dreams, lives and communities.

Full Life Early Childhood Development Centre received a month's supply of grocery items including oats, Milo, milk, sausage, sardines, tuna, macaroni and cheese, and cornmeal.

The donation will ensure that the students who attend can have a balanced breakfast on a daily basis.