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Corporate Hands | H&L extends Shop for Good programme

Published:Thursday | August 5, 2021 | 12:36 AM
Jermaine Griffiths (left), technical sales associate at H&L Agro in Kingston, who took time off work to volunteer for H&L Giving Day, assists Ettis Thomas. More than 150 families received Food For The Poor care packages. H&L has announced that it has exten
Jermaine Griffiths (left), technical sales associate at H&L Agro in Kingston, who took time off work to volunteer for H&L Giving Day, assists Ettis Thomas. More than 150 families received Food For The Poor care packages. H&L has announced that it has extended its Shop for Good programme in which one per cent of online sales at hardwareandlumber.com will be donated to Food For The Poor through to December 2022.
From left: Kivette Silvera, executive, Food For The Poor, and H&L CEO Marcus Richard,s managing director, H&L, at the recent H&L Giving Day, which took place at the Church of God of Prophecy in Botany Bay, St Thomas. More than  150 families received care p
From left: Kivette Silvera, executive, Food For The Poor, and H&L CEO Marcus Richard,s managing director, H&L, at the recent H&L Giving Day, which took place at the Church of God of Prophecy in Botany Bay, St Thomas. More than 150 families received care packages. Richards announced that H&L has announced that it has extended its Shop for Good programme in which one per cent of online sales at hardwareandlumber.com will be donated to Food For The Poor through to December 2022.
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