CHILD PROTECTION AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY
Riding High Women's Leadership Initiative.
EUSTACE LEE BRING CHEER TO CHILDREN’S HOMES
Kingston, Dec. 28, 2020 - Excitement filled the air at the Maxfield Park Children’s Home in Kingston and Yadel Girl’s Home in Clarendon as the Eustace Lee Ltd., truck rolled in with bicycles for the young residents. One girl at Yadel, overjoyed, by the gift of a “pretty new bicycle” declared
WLI @ Opening of Woman Inc Transition Home
Woman Inc Transition Home Opening
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WLI Donates to All Woman Women's Centre of Jamaica Foundation Drive
Members of the WLI on October 13, 2021, made a presentation to All Woman Editor, Petulia Clarke-Lawrence (2nd right) of gifts towards the recently-launched All Woman drive for items to benefit the Women's Centre of Jamaica Foundation, Spanish Town Centre.
Making the presentation on behalf of the WLI are Renee Menzies McCallum (2nd left), chair; and former chairs Chorvelle Johnson Cunningham (left), chair Membership Committee and Marcia Erskine (right), chair, PR Fundraising & Events Committee.
The gifts included discounted toys from Eustace Lee, baby clothes from Ammars, and $15,000 in vouchers from MegaMart.
WLI Support Jamaica Legion Poppy Appeal
On November 3, 2021, the WLI members of the WLI presented a cheque for $100,000 to the Jamaica Legion Poppy Appeal which benefits Curphey Place, a home for indigent military veterans. Here sharing in the presentation are (l-r) Chorvelle Johnson Cunningham; Roxann Linton; Antonette Wemyss Gorman; Lt. Col. Warrenton Dixon, Chair, Nation Poppy Appeal; Renee Menzies McCallum, Chair WLI; Sharon Lake and Eva Lewis. Members were also 'pinned' with poppies by Lt. Col. Dixon.