Woman’s Touch gifts care packs to 112 mothers at Victoria Jubilee
(From left) Director of Nursing ServicesElise Fairweather Blackwood; Khanelle Wagstaffe, Past President Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights; Dr Chris-Ann Simpson Harley, Owner and Managing Director of Woman's Touch; Tanketa Chance Wilson, Executive Director of Barita Foundation; and Felicia Ogunniyi, Sister in charge of antenatal clinic at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital. The occasion was the donation of care packages to mothers at the hospital by Woman's Touch in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights. (Photos: Jeffrey Lynch)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Woman’s Touch - She Matters To Me Foundation partnered with the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights in the donation of Mother’s Day care packages to 112 mothers at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston.

The care packs were comprised of baby clothing and shoes, sanitary Pads and feminine wipes along with other toiletries and necessities for mother and baby at birth.

The foundation shared photos from Friday’s handover with OBSERVER ONLINE. See pics in the gallery below.

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