Courts Jamaica helps at-risk youth
In an effort to bring comfort to at-risk youth during the Yuletide season, Unicomer Jamaica Limited, through its brand Courts, has collaborated with regional and local suppliers to donate furniture valued at more than J$3 million to seven children’s homes.
The presentation was made earlier this week to Wortley Girls Home, Annie Dawson Children’s Home, Sunbeam Children’s Home, Hanbury Children’s Home, New Vision Children’s Home, Robin’s Nest Children’s Home, and the Mustard Seed Communities.
Managing Director of Unicomer Jamaica Dennis Harris said the donation will benefit more than 500 children.
“Unicomer has always prided itself on being responsive to the needs of the vulnerable members of our society. Giving back is important to us, and over the years our ‘Share the Joy’ initiative has touched not only persons in need, but provided support for various charities and non-profit organisations that handle day-to day care,” he said.
Courts was supported by suppliers: Boss Furniture, Bernards, Crownmark, Werner, Oster, TCL, and Hamilton Beach.