Rising Star Winner Akeem “Short Boss” Smith partners with Digicel Foundation to renovate basic school in Portmore

The Reliance Basic School in Braeton, St Catherine is in for a major upgrade, thanks to a partnership between 2017 Digicel Rising Star winner Akeem “Short Boss” Smith and Digicel Foundation. Akeem has chosen the school as his charity of choice to benefit from the Foundation’s donation of J$1.5 million that’s part of his overall… Continue reading Rising Star Winner Akeem “Short Boss” Smith partners with Digicel Foundation to renovate basic school in Portmore

Hero CPL global audience continues to increase

Gros Islet, St Lucia – 11 January 2018 The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has continued its fantastic growth during the 2017 season with combined broadcast and digital viewership of almost 200 million. This represents an increase of 25% on last season, further cementing the Hero CPL as one of the fastest growing cricket tournaments in… Continue reading Hero CPL global audience continues to increase

Caribbean Premier League makes strong impact on Trinidad & Tobago economy

Port of Spain, Trinidad: 9 January 2018 The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has announced the tournament’s economic impact for Trinidad & Tobago. The 2017 event, which took place between 4 August and 9 September last year, created a total economic impact of US$ 23,625,618 in the country. This figure has been arrived at by using… Continue reading Caribbean Premier League makes strong impact on Trinidad & Tobago economy

From Tank To Table: Rainforest Seafoods’ Live Lobster Offering At Moon Palace

Thursday, January 4th, 2018 There is nothing like the delectable taste of fresh lobster. And now guests at Moon Palace Jamaica in Ocho Rios, can enjoy just that at the hotel’s seaside restaurant. Thanks to a unique partnership between Palace Resorts and Rainforest Seafoods, patrons can choose a live lobster from a salt water tank,… Continue reading From Tank To Table: Rainforest Seafoods’ Live Lobster Offering At Moon Palace

Charity pays fine to free non-violent prisoners for Christmas

Friday, December 22nd, 2017 A 25-year-old man from St Thomas, who was arrested last month for breach of the Copyright Act, will be home for the holidays thanks to Food For The Poor and the generous donors who support the charity’s prison ministry. The man, who is among 17 non-violent prisoners who were released from… Continue reading Charity pays fine to free non-violent prisoners for Christmas

Emotional Time At Food For The Poor Treat

Thursday, December 21, 2017 | 12:00 AM It was deeper than having fun and eating lots of food. A treat hosted by Food For the Poor (FFP) yesterday left many wards of the State emotional as they were reunited with friends and even siblings. Khalidah Bryce, secretary at Windsor Lodge Children’s Home in Manchester, told The… Continue reading Emotional Time At Food For The Poor Treat

Poor People Get Special Holiday Treat

Saturday, December 16th, 2017 Executive Director of Food For the Poor (FFP) David Mair has said that the annual mass feeding of the poor at Christmas time is one of the most impactful events locally that has grown from strength to strength in recent years. Mair, who has headed the charity organisation for three and… Continue reading Poor People Get Special Holiday Treat