Approximately 250 students from early childhood to tertiary institutions islandwide have received educational grants from Food for the Poor.
The students received cheques in varying sums during a presentation ceremony at the entity’s head office in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, on Friday (August 24).
Executive Director, David Mair, told the youngsters’ parents that the provision was a “gift to your children, ensure that they work hard” in school.
Food for the Poor’s Social Outreach Officer, Myrtle Brown, said the organization’s educational programme, established 15 years, serves students with needs. Read More via JIS.