Saint Lucy’s Home Transformed thanks to Courts
The management and staff of one the nation's longest standing homes for the elderly, Saint Lucy's Home, breathed a sigh of relief when Courts St. Lucia stepped in to facilitate remodelling work on the institution.
Courts made well on its promise to provide direct aid to the institution as part of the company's on-going Corporate Social Responsibility projects for 2015. The Saint Lucy's Home has played a fundamental role in providing shelter and care for the homeless and other marginalized persons of society, raising the awareness of the needs of the poor and deprived in society whilst promoting a sense of togetherness and sharing within the home and wider community.
Courts has been a constant partner in the fight against poverty engaging in various projects over the years to help tackle the problem head on. This year, the project at Saint Lucy's Home, one of the many selected, is to upgrade the living conditions at the property making it more conducive to the residents. The project will cover plumbing the entire home, upgrading to LED lighting to save electricity costs and repainting of the entire building costing over $25,000. In addition to funding the project fully, employees volunteered their time and skills to assist with the painting.
Courts St. Lucia wishes to thank the board members and residents of the Saint Lucy's Home for their cooperation in making the project a success. The company also extends sincere thanks to its valued employees for volunteering their time and skills and placing the needs of the under-privileged above their own.
Courts employees sprucing up St. Lucy’s home.