TUESDAY JUNE 07, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – “Our country needs facilities like these, especially at this time.” This was part of the sentiments shared by Digicel Foundation Operations Manager, Cindyann Currency during a walkthrough at the Mizpeh Halfway House which is a shelter for vulnerable women. The NGO was one six non-profit organisations to received TT$100,000 in EPIC funding this year. The Digicel Foundation partnered with the team in February to upgrade the home to make it more comfortable for its clients.
MONDAY JUNE 21, 2022: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Vulnerable groups in Trinidad and Tobago continue to struggle to meet the needs of their clients since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic. The need for financial and technical support has been further exacerbated with little opportunities for organisations and clients to generate revenue. Court Shamrock, a centre for socially displaced men in San Fernando received TT$66,000 from the Digicel Foundation, to tighten the security and make the environment a more comfortable space for the male residents