LIME supports St Patrick's

Friday, January 18, 2013

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS firm LIME on Wednesday demonstrated its support for the work of not-for-profit organisation, St Patrick's Foundation, when the company donated $100,000 towards its continued operations.


The foundation is the recipient of the 2012 NCB Impact Award for its service to innercity communities, while LIME is a key sponsor of the annual event which celebrates small and medium-sized businesses that demonstrate outstanding entrepreneurial performance and strong community involvement and impact. Speaking at the handing-over ceremony at The Atrium, National Commercial Bank's head office in New Kingston, LIME's Vice-President for Corporate and SME Sales Edward Gabbidon said: "We recognise the benevolent impact of charitable organisations in the vulnerable communities they serve. As LIME moves to improve the lives of Jamaicans from a technology standpoint, so too do we feel the need to support the less fortunate among us by supporting the organisations that reach them."


Here, Gabbidon (left) and his colleague Venice Williamson (right), head of SME business sales, found it amusing as General Manager of the St Patrick Foundation Marcia McLeod checks on the zeros after receiving the cheque.


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