Monday, February 21, 2011

Thank You


Our first “Fill a backpack – Make an Impact” back to school drive has brought so many people together for our students.  We thank all those who have donated to our campaign. Your generosity will make a difference in the lives of many children, we are moved by your willingness to reach out and give to those who are in need.

The spirit of giving is alive and we will continue to reach out and give through many other channels and initiatives.  We will not stop building Bridges to Jamaica, our determination remains strong, and our commitment to you will also be reflected through the things we are doing:
  • Adopt A School program
  • Scholarships
  • Jamaica Read n Write Program
  • Emergency  Assistance
  • Annual Toy Drive
  • Keep Fit, Stay Active “Donate a Bicycle Program”
  • Annual Jamaican Leadership Workshop
  • Buy Jamaica…Keep our Farmers Farming  Program
  • Transition Back – A program to assist our friends in the Diaspora to transition back into the “Jamaican family”.
  • Diaspora Investment Program
  • Let us get connected! Computer Access Program
Let us continue the work we started by remaining focus, determined, and united in the mission of reaching Jamaicans at their places of need.
We would like  to thank everyone who donated to this campaign, we would also like to thank some of our members and groups who have contributed to the planning, execution and promotion of this initiative including, but not limited to:

Jeanette Caulder
Aven Peralto Nichols
Horace Shad Daley
Dahlia Bateman
Winsome Hewitt
Alfred Dacosta
Jam Voice
Maxine Bailey
Carolyn Graham
Kimesha Walters
Allan Jones
Paul Wilkins
Winston Henderson
Curtis Campbell
Dean Peart
Just Phrenchi
Jasmine Mitchell

We would like to thank Professionals Jamaicans For Jamaica (PJFJ) for partnering with us and contributing to the overall success of this initiative. 

The students will be greatly served by this effort and once again we thank each and everyone who have in some way contributed to this effort!

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