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Delta Petroleum donates $$ to public & private schools in VI

Regional General Manager of Delta Petroleum, Mr Bevis A. Sylvester said the monies will go towards assisting the schools with their graduations. Photo: VINO/Internet Source
According to Mr Bevis A. Sylvester, the gesture is to encourage the students and to help the schools out financially towards their graduation. Photo: VINO/File
According to Mr Bevis A. Sylvester, the gesture is to encourage the students and to help the schools out financially towards their graduation. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- With some schools lacking basic supplies and both teachers and parents having to delve into their own pockets to make conditions comfortable for learning, no doubt the noble initiative by Delta Petroleum (Caribbean) Limited to donate monies to schools in the Virgin Islands would be considered a welcome initiative, even though the funds are intended for graduation purposes.

During this week Delta Petroleum would be issuing some 26 schools, both public and private, with a cheque for $500.

This assistance would become an annual gesture, according to Regional General Manager of Delta Petroleum, Mr Bevis A. Sylvester.

“It’s basically for the 26 schools in the BVI, public and private, and each school will be given $500, with the total package being $13,500.”

Mr Sylvester said the gesture is to encourage the students and to help the schools out financially towards their graduation.

“This is going to be an annual support to all the schools in the territory. All the cheques will be going out to the schools this week,” Mr Sylvester told Virgin Islands News Online.

Meanwhile, all schools in the region in which Delta Petroleum operates will be receiving similar donations.

Delta Petroleum (Caribbean) Limited is one of the unrivalled corporate entities in the Virgin Islands when it comes to giving back to the community.

Efforts to get a reaction from Acting Chief Education Officer Jillian Douglas-Phillip and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Culture Dr Marcia Potter were not successful up to publication time.

13 Responses to “Delta Petroleum donates $$ to public & private schools in VI”

  • LOL (06/06/2016, 19:47) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    Bout time
  • pat (06/06/2016, 20:28) Like (7) Dislike (4) Reply
    What happen he felt bad he was giving everything to st kitts happy to see he coming home
  • just asking.... (07/06/2016, 07:21) Like (5) Dislike (4) Reply
    Why to the private schools thow?
  • Trump (07/06/2016, 07:26) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    Whether you like Bevis or not you have to agree that he is a great leader. look how he lead little no image Delta to be a household name and he always giving back to the community. He treat his employees like family and look out for them. I go to Delta mainly because of the nice smile and treatment I get from them, I always feel better after talking with the attendants they are a good bunch. I said whether you like Bevis or not you got to admire his marketing and public relations activities. Now I will say he need to get him back$$%# back in Tortola what sweeten him so in sugar city? lmao.
    • I say so (08/06/2016, 13:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Great Leader? When did he become a great leader? Did he give back any of the money he took from Tax payers? Did he serve time for his crime? Was he honest about the situation concerning Customs? Let him be transparent and show the public just how much he gives to St Kitts, and the BVI Schools. He ran for politics and as soon as the election was over he went back to making his money. He does not give a damn about the community he lives in. These people feel good about making a million dollars in our communities and giving back 10 cents!!!
  • rattie (07/06/2016, 10:06) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Privite schools like CEDA got lots of money they do not need this
  • Very good (07/06/2016, 10:16) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    OUTSTANDUNGLY AWESOME!!!
  • LOL (07/06/2016, 12:55) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    seems like Bevis running at Large
  • Just saying (07/06/2016, 13:13) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Continue showing them up cuz.
  • :) (07/06/2016, 13:30) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is awesome - Govt doesn't give a stuff about our youth and schools so the private sector needs to step up for our children. Great job Delta and thank you!
  • Concern 1 (07/06/2016, 13:44) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Thanks Bevis. Delta always gives back. whether you give or not people will blah blah blah so the best thing to do is to give, it will surely come back to you someday somehow.
  • jj (08/06/2016, 08:08) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Thanks for your genorosity Mr Slyvester


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