Digicel 5K funds provide feeding aids for children with disabilities

Malabsorption Syndrome – caused by the body’s inability to absorb nutrients – is not a condition which many of us know about. However, for the staff at the Mustard Seed Home, My Father’s House, in Kingston, the term forms a part of their daily lives. This is because eight of the home’s wards have this… Continue reading Digicel 5K funds provide feeding aids for children with disabilities

12-year-old US golfer fulfills promise, finances building of St Ann school

When the students of Chester Infant School in St Ann returned to begin the new school year last Monday, they found an entirely new school building. That’s because during the summer, using funds donated by 12-year-old US golfer Rafe Cochran, Food For the Poor (FFP)-Jamaica built classrooms, a kitchen, bathrooms, a sick bay, and an office.… Continue reading 12-year-old US golfer fulfills promise, finances building of St Ann school

Cooper’s surge takes Knight Riders to title

Trinbago Knight Riders 136-7 (Cooper 29*, Ramdin 26*, Hafeez 2-19) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 135-6 (Brathwaite 30*, Carter 21, Cooper 2-12) by three wickets A stunning late surge from the Trinbago Knight Riders turned a helter-skelter match on its head right at the death to seal their second Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL)… Continue reading Cooper’s surge takes Knight Riders to title

DIGICEL RESTORATION WORK IN FULL SWING AS IRMA CONTINUES ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN

Friday 8th September 2017 – Kingston, Jamaica. As Hurricane Irma continues its devastating track across the Caribbean and on to Florida, Digicel has mobilised its 200 plus fleet of engineers, technicians and riggers to undertake the required network restoration work in the shortest time possible. As some of the first people to arrive into the affected countries… Continue reading DIGICEL RESTORATION WORK IN FULL SWING AS IRMA CONTINUES ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN

12-year-old US golfer builds St Ann infant school

When the students of Chester Infant School in St. Ann returned to begin the new school year on Monday, they were delighted to find an entirely new school building. During the summer, Food For The Poor (FFP)-Jamaica built classrooms, a kitchen, bathrooms, a sick bay and an office, funded through a generous donation from 12-year-old… Continue reading 12-year-old US golfer builds St Ann infant school

Food For The Poor Trains Budding Musicians

Food for the Poor (FFP) Jamaica’s Summer Band Camp has trained 56 young people to play a variety of musical instruments, including the drum, saxophone, flute, trumpet, clarinet and trombone. At the camp’s graduation ceremony, participants were gifted with the instruments they had learnt to play. The three-week Summer Band Camp, which started in July… Continue reading Food For The Poor Trains Budding Musicians