Dancehall Legend Joins Operation Safe Mode with Food Boxes for Elderly and Single Mothers
We teamed up with veteran dancehall artiste Bounty Killer to bring Operation SAFE Mode to Majesty Gardens, St Andrew, on Friday, June 5. A familiar community for the deejay, residents flocked to line up for a food box from the Digicel Foundation. The entertainer personally facilitated the selection and distribution of the care packages to some of the most vulnerable families in the area popularly known as Back-To.
"This is where I come from and it is a place that still holds a special place in my heart," Bounty Killer said. "This joint venture came about because Digicel not only provides telephone service, but they are also dedicated to serving communities."
Residents, many of whom noted that grocery shopping had become a considerable financial burden during the difficult COVID-19 period, were excited to recieve the packages."This is an important project. Although it's a small gesture of our care for the community, we know it can go a long way for those who really need it," said the deejay, whose given name is Rodney Price. Each care package contains approximately two weeks of essential, non-perishable food items.