St James Infirmary donation

Thursday, March 08, 2018

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Lincoln Robinson (right) presents food and water for 80 people to Eppielena O'Connor (second left), patient care assistant, St James Infirmary, as part of the Marylyn McIntosh and Selvyn McFarlane Street People Feeding Programme. Sharing in the moment are volunteers Kianna Simmons (left), and Trevor Burnett. The donation was made last Sunday. The initiative also saw the distribution of 70 meals to homeless people in Montego Bay earlier in the day. The programme benefits from funds raised from the staging of Tanlines Beach Party, and sponsorship from the Best Dressed Chicken, Hard Rock Café Montego Bay and Wisynco. (Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

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