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SENIORS GET UPGRADED ACTIVITY CENTRE

MONDAY JANUARY 18, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD-AND TOBAGO – The Coterie of Social Workers in Barataria now have a comfortable upgraded space for seniors. The recent upgrades included re-painting of the inner and outer walls, purchase of fans, tables, chairs, and a sound system. The team partnered with the Digicel Foundation to complete the TT$25,000 EPIC initiative with hopes that when restrictions are lifted the seniors will have a relaxed space to gather and socialise.

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ANOTHER PAGE IN THE MALONEY STORY

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13, 2021: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO- Fulfilling a commitment he made to the Maloney Government Primary School in June 2020, Digicel Soca Avenger, Akeem “Preedy” Chance closed off the year handing over fifteen laptops to his alma-mater. The donation of the 15 laptops was made possible through collaboration with the Digicel Foundation under Phase II of its Connecting You programme.

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100 FIRST AID KITS FOR SPECIAL SCHOOLS

MONDAY JANUARY 04, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO- Six special needs schools were the happy recipients of 100 first aid kits as part of the Digicel Foundation’s ‘Preparing You’ Programme. The kits were donated by the Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society (TTRCS) and presented to Principals of Goodwill Industries, New Beginnings, The Memisa Centre, National Centre for Persons with Disabilities, Wharton Patrick and Lady Hochoy Arima on December 15.

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DIGICEL FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH ROTARY POS WEST TO PROMOTE MENTAL HEALTH IN T&T

MONDAY DECEMBER 28, 2020: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO- Mental illness has become even more prevalent around the world due to the social and psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Trinidad and Tobago is no exception, so the Digicel Foundation in partnership with the Rotary Club of POS West and the Northwest Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) are making life a little easier for mental health patients.

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