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GOODWILL INDUSTRIES SELECTED AS BENEFICIARY SCHOOL FOR PREPARING YOU! PROGRAMME YEAR III

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 2019: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – As the momentum builds for the upcoming Digicel Foundation’s disaster preparedness intervention ‘Preparing You!’ programme, the Chief Executive Officer of Inter-American Development Bank Innovation Lab (IDB LAB) Irene Arias-Hofmann, along with the Country Representative of the IDB and other representatives, accompanied the Digicel Foundation Chairman, Desha Clifford and CEO, Penny Gomez on a walk through at the Goodwill Industries Vocational Training Institute in Woodbrook.

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RIO CLARO LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT CENTRE BENEFITS FROM DIGICEL FOUNDATION’S PROGRAMMES

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 2018: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO –The Rio Claro Learning & Development for Special Children has been the beneficiary of many of the Digicel Foundation’s programmes which are specifically designed to assist special needs schools throughout Trinidad and Tobago.

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DIGICEL FOUNDATION UPGRADES BATHROOM FACILITIES AT SERVOL SUNSHINE HILL

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 2019: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – After an inspection was conducted at the Servol Special Needs School located in Sunshine Hill, East Port of Spain, it was determined that its floors, the bathroom block including the fencing which surrounds the school, were in dire need of repairs.

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GOODWILL INDUSTRIES GETS UPGRADES THROUGH DIGICEL FOUNDATION CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 2019: PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Through its Centres of Excellence programme, the Digicel Foundation stepped in and provided funding in the sum of TT$159,750 to assist in the refurbishment of the roof at the Goodwill Industries, an organization that facilitates vocational training for children with special needs. The funds also went towards the construction of a slip drain, which will alleviate a flood problem the organization faced whenever heavy rains occurred.

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