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Regional Public Relations Manager at Sandals Ocho Rios Lyndsay Isaacs (right) presents teaching and learning supplies to Charmaine Lee (centre), principal of the Edgehill School of Special Education in St Ann’s Bay on behalf of the Sandals Foundation. Joining the presentation is Custos Rotulorum for the parish of St Ann Norma Walters.
Sandals Foundation recently donated teaching and learning supplies to the Edgehill School of Special Education in St Ann’s Bay.
The Sandals Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International. Launched in 2009, the foundation’s three main pillars of focus are community, environment and education.
“With the pandemic having affected the teaching and learning process, these items will help to rebuild the academic and co-curricular activities of the students”, said Principal of the institution Charmaine Lee.
She added: “This gift from Sandals Foundation is helping to build and maintain the standards that we have here at the school”.
Custos Rotulorum for the parish of St Ann Norma Walters commented: “Being able to partner with Sandals in helping to build our communities and the parish is a pleasure. The philanthropic arm of Sandals always seeks to give back in ways that will help in empowering the community, environment and education.”
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