Photo: A treat for the children

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Stacey-Ann Stoddart (left), co-owner/director Tomorrow's Event Solutions for Today Jamaica Limited, accepts boxes of pizza from Chantel Grey, local restaurant marketer, Domino's Pizza, at the event planning and décor company's Christmas treat for children from the Jamaica National Children's Home over the holidays. Stoddart said her company reached out to companies such as Tastee Jamaica, Domino's, Lasco, Colgate and Voortman, which provided food and supplies for the children and house mothers. The home has over 80 children as residents. Entertainer Alaine and media personality Amita Persaud-Webb entertained and interacted with the children, while Beenie Man did a video recording endorsing the initiative. Denae Greaves, musician and vocal coach, was also on hand to assist.




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