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Donations to Jamaican schools -Treasure Beach area


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QUESTION:

Hello, I have seen on a forum that school supplies are needed.

Is this still true for the area around Treasure Beach? I would be glad to bring some with me if I could get them distributed.

ANSWER: by Wellesley, October 22, 2013

Thanks for your interest and willingness to donate to our local schools.

The answer would be a resounding YES!

Almost all schools in Jamaica are in need, some in dire need, so any assistance would be appreciated and accepted.

I heard about Sandy Bank Primary and Sandy Bank Basic school but in general, I don't know a lot about the other schools in that defined area (others can add schools here)

Please go ahead and bring your items though, and feel free to contact us when you get here if you need further information.

There are hundreds of other schools in and around the St. Elizabeth or even Westmoreland area that we can identify with a definite need.

Thanks again for this initiative.

N.B. Please post comments & follow up notes here. The author will be automatically alerted.




Related: Great Jamaican Charity Ideas.

See Also: Items to dontate to a Jamaican school.

Regards,
Wellesley, for My-Island-Jamaica.com

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Oct 22, 2013
I did it...
by: Julaine

I brought some light weight, small items to a primary school in St. Elizabeth two weeks ago. Pencils, pens, color books, and toothbrushes. You can do it too.

Oct 22, 2013
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by: Wellesley

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