JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation shares the love with over 3,000 vulnerable individuals, charities
IN the true spirit of giving during the Yuletide season, the JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation joined hands and hearts with its team members and charities islandwide to share love and bring Christmas cheer to over 3,000 vulnerable individuals, including the elderly, disabled and others in need. These individuals were gifted with food packages filled with groceries to provide a meal for a small family for a week, a total value of $16.2 million.
Other beneficiaries of the recent Share the Love initiative included Missionaries of the Poor; Partnership and Love Foundation; City Life Ministries; August Town Sports and Community Development Foundation; Mustard Seed Communities; Child Resiliency Programme; Red Bank Community Development Committee; CUMI, Janet Richard’s Foundation; Family Life Ministries; Joy Town Foundation; Cause for Change; Lion’s and Kiwanis clubs; Poor Relief Shelter; Jamaica Society for the Blind, among other community and outreach groups.
Beyond seasonal initiatives like this, the JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation remains actively engaged in youth development, nation-building, educational initiatives, entrepreneurship, and community outreach.
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