The St. John’s Hospice on Wednesday received early Christmas gifts compliments the representative for the St. John’s City South Constituency, the Hon. Steadroy “Cutie” Benjamin. The facility is the happy recipient of a Microwave and Blender.
Communication and Implementation Officer, Laurisa Francis, and St. John’s City South Constituency Branch members Fabian Joseph and Anika Davis made the presentation on the Minister’s behalf.
Minister Benjamin believes in the spirit of Christmas as it signifies a time of giving, love and fellowship and with that in mind the gifts are in keeping with the significance of the season.
The representative for the St. John’s City South Constituency would like to thank both Managers of the Louis Brother Store and Cool and Smooth for their assistance.
Administrator Cathlyn Gilkes who accepted the gifts on behalf of the Hospice said it is a place where people are cared for not cured and since they are responsible for their own funding and at times can hardly cover expenses, she is very grateful to the St. John’s City South Constituency Parliamentary Representative for the donation.
Gilkes mentioned that the blender and microwave could not have come at a more ideal time as the facility is in great need of both items.