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Corporate sightings

Published:Monday | June 2, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Li Run Jin (second left), construction manager of section two, Linstead-Moneague leg of the North South Highway Project, helps with digging the foundation for the new retaining wall at Polly Ground Primary. Sharing in the moment are Jinfu Zhu ( right), deputy general manager of the North South Highway Project; Colin Blake (second right), principal of the school; and workmen from the community. China Harbour Engineering Company Americas contributed $200,000 to assist Polly Ground Primary with its Labour Day Project - the building of a new retaining wall. The funds were used to purchase the well-needed materials such as sand, stone, steel, and cement. Work on the wall continued on Labour Day. - Contributed
Derrick Kellier, minister of labour and social security (standing in hat), joins resident staff of the First Global Bank (FGB) Montego Bay branch in painting a classroom at the Bickersteth Primary and Junior High School in St James. Looking on is Courtney Wilson (standing in the back), FGB's assistant vice-president for the western region. - Contributed
Student volunteers from the NCB Foundation were all smiles as they participated in the construction of a two-bedroom house for a recipient in Barrobridge, St Ann, as part of the Foundation's Labour Day initiative for 2014. This project was sparked by a recent partnership with Island Grill, NCB Foundation and Food For The Poor (FFP), which produced a new house for a single father in Clarendon. The Foundation then decided to once again join hands with FFP by fully sponsoring one house, and this monetary donation was matched by FFP, which resulted in the construction of not just one, but two houses for beneficiaries in St Thomas and St Ann on Labour Day. In the background, other representatives of the NCB Foundation Volunteer Corps work alongside FFP contractors in St Ann to provide a new and sturdy home for the recipients. - Contributed
The Caribbean Producers Jamaica (Kingston) team has kept its commitment to improving the infrastructure of Glenhope Home for children. On Labour Day, they planted flowers and painted the entire Glenhope compound. They also provided refreshments for the children of the home. - Contributed
Principal of St Andrew Primary, Beverley Haase (left), and students from the school accepted Flow's $50,000 Labour Day Grant from Nicole Campbell (second left) and Jeanette Lewis (fourth right). - Contributed
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Corporates spread love on Labour Day - Corporate Jamaica gave time and money to the less fortunate in the society on Labour Day. Here are more pictorial highlights.