From left: Shelly-Ann Curran, Aileen Corrigan, Lisa McElvanna, Aislish Patton and Michael Shannon are 'Spinning on Purpose' at the Fit Farm in Kingston last Saturday. The 'Spinning on Purpose' initiative was organised by Paula Delves, wife of Digicel Group CEO, Colm Delves to raise needed funds for Mary's Child, a Mustard Seed Home for pregnant teenagers and their babies.
Paula Delves said she was very excited about the amazing turnout for the first session.
"I greatly admire the work of Mustard Seed and Monsignor Gary in that Mary's Child provides a safe and supporting environment for young girls at a time when they most need this support," Paula Delves said.
"Importantly, I'm grateful for the support of all these young ladies here this morning who took time out to join me in 'Spinning on Purpose' to raise needed funds for Mary's Child. Overall I just believe this is such a worthy cause to assist," she added