Purples Help To Feed Thousands At Christmas

Saturday, December 16th, 2017 The importance of giving back, especially during the festive season, has not been lost on the famed ‘Purples’ of North Street, who, on Thursday, after sitting their end-of-term exams, turned out in their numbers to help feed more than 2,000 poor Jamaicans across the island. “At Kingston College (KC), it is… Continue reading Purples Help To Feed Thousands At Christmas

Food For The Poor Spreads Christmas Cheer At Golden Age Home

Saturday | December 16, 2017 | 12:00 AM Food For The Poor (FFP) Jamaica hosted its annual Christmas Treat at the Golden Age Home in Kingston on Monday. It catered to the two Food For The Poor-sponsored clusters: D & G, which house residents who are severely challenged, both mentally and physically; and seniors with… Continue reading Food For The Poor Spreads Christmas Cheer At Golden Age Home

Siblings in children’s homes reunite at Christmas treat

Friday, December 22, 2017 ORPHANS and wards of the State were on Wednesday briefly reunited with their siblings who are housed at other children’s homes across the island, at the Food For the Poor’s Angels of Hope annual Christmas treat at Kings House in Kingston. For some, the event is the only occasion they get… Continue reading Siblings in children’s homes reunite at Christmas treat

Food For The Poor Partners with Salvation Army To Treat Over 2,000 for Christmas at Emmet Park

Kingston, Jamaica – December 14, 2017: There was much Christmas cheer on Thursday, December 14, when Food For The Poor (FFP) partnered with the Salvation Army to host its annual treat for Jamaica’s poor and indigent at Kingston’s Emmet Park. The event was one of a series of activities designed to bring hope, and an opportunity… Continue reading Food For The Poor Partners with Salvation Army To Treat Over 2,000 for Christmas at Emmet Park

Healthy Catch! Rainforest Seafoods ‘reels in’ internal Jamaica Moves programme

Rainforest Seafoods recently became the latest corporate company to launch their internal Jamaica Moves programme. The launch, held at the company’s headquarters, follows the Ministry of Health’s Jamaica Moves Get Moving Corporate Challenge launched in July this year. Bethany Young, marketing manager at Rainforest Seafoods, pointed out that the core of what the company does… Continue reading Healthy Catch! Rainforest Seafoods ‘reels in’ internal Jamaica Moves programme

National Journalism Week | Public Lecture and Panel Discussion: “Who’s Watching the Watchdog? Media Regulation in Jamaica & Elsewhere.”

THE PRESS ASSOCIATION OF JAMAICA | JAMAICA PEGASUS HOTEL MEDIA ADVISORY Telephone: 876.631-6390 or 876.348-1682 Email: pressassociationjamaica@gmail.com Who: Press Association of Jamaica What: Public Lecture and Panel Discussion: Who’s Watching the Watchdog? Media Regulation in Jamaica & Elsewhere Where: Jamaica Pegasus Hotel When: Monday November 27, 2017 at 6:00pm Background: This year, activities for National… Continue reading National Journalism Week | Public Lecture and Panel Discussion: “Who’s Watching the Watchdog? Media Regulation in Jamaica & Elsewhere.”

National Journalism Week | Western Jamaica Forum: “Who’s watching the Watchdog? Media Accountability in Jamaica & Elsewhere.”

THE PRESS ASSOCIATION OF JAMAICA – 5 EAST AVENUE, KINGSTON 8 | UWI MONA – WJC PRESS ADVISORY Telephone: 876.631-6390 or 876.348-1682 Email: pressassociationjamaica@gmail.com Who: Press Association of Jamaica/UWI Mona – WJC What: National Journalism Week Western Jamaica Forum: “Who’s Watching the Watchdog? Media Regulation in Jamaica & Elsewhere.” Where: Lecture Room – E202 The… Continue reading National Journalism Week | Western Jamaica Forum: “Who’s watching the Watchdog? Media Accountability in Jamaica & Elsewhere.”