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DIGICEL FOUNDATION 7TH AGM RECAPS EXTRAORDINARY MILESTONES IN EXTRA-ORDINARY TIMES

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD-AND TOBAGO: The Digicel Foundation hosted its 7th Annual General Meeting, virtually via Microsoft Teams on Thursday 30th September. The agenda for this year’s AGM detailed an impressive overview of its accomplishments for the past financial year April 2020- March 2021. Not to be deterred by all the arising challenges resulting from the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, the Foundation reported that they successfully invested TT$3.4 million in 33 projects that impacted over 21,000 persons in Trinidad and Tobago.

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EPIC HELP FOR RIO CLARO DURING TOUGH TIMES

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 07, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – COVID -19 restrictions resulted in several challenges and delays for community projects worldwide. However, the community of Rio Claro was determined not to be derailed and persisted to complete upgrades to the basketball court and install exercise equipment at the recreational grounds. During a brief unveiling ceremony on August 28, the community finally revealed the finished works.

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PERSEVERANCE VILLAGE ADOPTED BY THE DIGICEL FOUNDATION

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 01, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Through collaboration with the Ministry of Sport and Community Development under its Sustainable Community Development Initiative, the Digicel Foundation has committed to investing TT$337,500 in the community of Perseverance Village for a period of one (1) year. On August 26, Digicel Foundation Operations Manager- Cindy Ann Currency attended a walk through in Perseverance Village to meet the members and explore the rich and historic elements of the community.

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VIRTUAL CAMPING EXPERIENCE KEEPS SCOUTS ENGAGED

THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – The National Scouts Association of Trinidad and Tobago delivered a stimulating camp experience to 500 young persons between the ages of 7 to 26. A TT$10,000 partnership with Digicel Foundation was able to aid the National Scouts Association in hosting the first of its kind virtual camping experience- “Imaginarium” from August 1-6.

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