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Nanny Cay donates raffle proceeds to Jaleel Cameron Foundation

The Jaleel Cameron Foundation (JCF) was on the receiving end of the charitable hands of Nanny Cay on December 20, 2022. Photo: Team or Reporters
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI- The Jaleel Cameron Foundation (JCF) is on the receiving end of the charitable hands of Nanny Cay, thanks to participants of their recent raffle.

On December 20, 2022, Accounts Officer Ms Dion A. Thomas said it is a tradition during the Christmas holidays that Nanny Cay hosts a raffle, the proceeds of which are donated to a selected charity.

"This year Jaleel Cameron Foundation was recommended and having heard of what they are doing, we knew it's the perfect organisation to donate to."

In receiving, Assistant Treasurer of JCF, Astrid C. Wenzke said the $833.00 will go a far way especially as the Foundation is still raising funds to provide a full scholarship for a resident to be trained to operate the EEG machine JFC purchased some years ago for the Dr D. Orlando Smith Hospital.

The Jaleel Cameron Foundation was inspired by young philanthropist Mr Jaleel F. Cameron.

3 Responses to “Nanny Cay donates raffle proceeds to Jaleel Cameron Foundation”

  • asura (23/12/2022, 09:18) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
    this is good stuff thank you vino for your community out reach!
  • Grateful (24/12/2022, 01:56) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    It’s commendable that this is an initiative if the Nanny Cay Staff who wizely chose worthy charities That young Jaleel Cameron must be commented. While his friends are playing he is reading to disabled elderly persons and looks always out for children in need

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