On behalf of the entire staff of Dexter Communications and theCor Source, we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to all of our Haitian Brothers and Sisters worldwide that have been affected by the devastating earthquake. It is in times like these that we must all band together to show the true meaning of our motto “Out of Many One People,” while using our soil son Bob Marley’s famous phrase “one love.”
With this all in mind, we pledge to do as much as possible to show our unwavering support for our neighbours. We have been working hand-in-hand with various groups to secure donations such Office of Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management (ODPEM) here in Jamaica; now we’re asking that you too play your part.
Please donate what you can- whether it be money, food, clothes or even your time, to assist in the relief efforts in whatever way possible.
In this time we also join others in prayers for Haiti.
Please read International Organizations to HELP to assist Haiti or to www.thecorsource.com to find out how you can help.
Locations in Jamaica
National Commercial Bank (NCB) has set up a number of accounts to aid in the relief effort for Haiti. Donations can be made at any NCB branch islandwide.
Donations of kind (canned/non-perishable food, clean clothes, linens, bottled water, toiletries, etc.,) can be dropped off at any NCB branch islandwide.
The Jamaica Association of Transport Owners and Operators (JATOO) has set up a collection point at 35 Lyndhrust Road, where donations in kind can be left and passed on to legitimate relief agency or agencies.
Jamaica Jazz and Blues
TurnKey Productions, producers of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, have introduced a food-relief programme to assist the victims of the earthquake. A friend of the organisation, Roxanne Hurley, is still missing.
TurnKey will collect and package non-perishable food items from patrons attending the annual festival for delivery to the impoverished nation. Patrons may also leave donations at select ticket outlets to be announced.
Information will be made available at: http://www.jamaicajazzandblues.com.
The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) has activated a pledge desk. You can call 906-9674-5 and 754-9077-8.