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Harrigan-Scott to raise awareness & funds for VI recovery

The Work Out Event, according to the three-time Olympian, Tahesia G. Harrigan-Scott, who has already organised relief shipments to the Territory, will bring much needed help and assistance to the Virgin Islands. Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The Territory’s most celebrated Sprinter, Tahesia G. Harrigan-Scott has teamed up with the Body and Soul Fitness Gym in Miami, Florida to host an event to raise funds in support of the recovery process in the Virgin Islands (UK) following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

The Work Out Event, according to the three-time Olympian, Harrigan-Scott, who has already organised relief shipments to the Territory, will bring much needed help and assistance to the Virgin Islands.

“I am so excited about this partnership to help aid in rebuilding our BVI. The Lift2Help Project and Body and Soul Miami is hosting an event on October 29th at 9:00 AM to raise funds/collect goods to assist the BVI. I can't wait!!! I know that rebuilding can be difficult, so we are you are not in this alone. My commitment is to help as much as I can.... Please join us on October 29th. Please share and get the word out.”

Omar Cadero, chief master trainer at Body and Soul and founder of the project, is delighted to have teamed up with Harrigan-Scott.

“We have a world alert, the BVI has been devastated by Hurricane Irma and we need to help,” he commented

The Lift2Help Project™ is designed to create awareness via World Alerts by bringing together communities all through Fitness initiatives. Participating in The Lift2Help Project™ events you ensure a healthier and tighter community while providing aid to critical situations around the world.

2 Responses to “Harrigan-Scott to raise awareness & funds for VI recovery”

  • rain (11/10/2017, 17:55) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good job you go girl
  • Da Real Bull (12/10/2017, 17:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Very good job Tahesia.
    We really do appreciate the good work you have done to help rebuild this wonderful little country.
    At least you didn't do like some people and ignored us at all.
    I do hope that the BVI Government will acknowledge your good works, and make you a BVI icon, or donate a piece of property to you just like how they do it in the other big countries.


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