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With your support we are able to give back to our community.

 This year we would love to get your vote on the charity that you believe we should select to support

this holiday season for 2023.


Strathmore Home

Located: 90 - 91 Ardenne Road, Spanish Town, St. Catherine

Who they serve:

The home currently has 56 children.

- 24 girls ages 1 to 20 years old

- 32 boys ages 2 to 17 years old 

What they need:

They are most in need of non-perishable food items, cleaning items and money to help with the new building to house the boys.

About the home:

The home, which opened its doors 47 years ago serves children up to 19 years old. Strathmore home provides a safe haven for children with disabilities, abandoned children and wards of the state.

Marcia Tucker, manager of the home stated  “I started out at the home 18 years ago as an ordinary caregiver and I now serve as the manager of the home. I’ve seen children come and go over the years, and it’s been a truly wonderful experience. We want to encourage them to work towards being the best they can be and to play their role in society one day, and we are doing all that we can with what we have to make sure that they fulfil their highest potential. (cited from her interview with the Gleaner)



Glenhope Nursery

Located: 89 Maxfield Avenue, Kingston

Who they serve:

The home currently has 50 children.

- Ages 0 to 7 years old and mostly boys

What they need:

They are most in need of an additional changing table, diapers, wipes, baby formula and non-perishable food items.

About the home:

The Glen Hope Nursery located at 89 Maxfield Avenue is a government-operated childcare institution that has been in operation for 50 years.  The home was built to house children who are abandoned, orphaned, disabled, or cannot return to their families and are made wards of the state, they are housed at the home from which they receive assistance to be adopted, placed in foster care or children's homes or eventually reunited with their families under satisfactory circumstances.

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Robin's Nest

Located: Johns Hall, Montego Bay St. James

Who they serve:

The home currently has 30 children.

- 17 boys and 13 girls

What they need:

Robin's Nest is currently most in need of shoes for the kids, non-perishable food items, and toiletries.

About the home:

Robin's Nest is a private Christian children's home for children who have been orphaned, neglected, or abused. Children are placed at Robin's Nest through the Child Protection and Family Services Agency of Jamaica. The home is licensed to house infants. There is a preschool on site to prepare children from Robin's Nest and the community for going on to the next level of learning. 

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