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   Tuesday, October 3, 2011

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  JAMPACT connects Canadian donor with needy basic school in Kingston

Article Excerpt... 

JAMPACT continues its Early Childhood Education initiatives by matching a donor with a needy school, outside of our Adopt-A-School Program. During JAMPACT's Annual Service Trip this past June 2011, the principal for St. Paul's basic school viewed an interview that was broadcasted on CVM television, where two JAMPACT Board members spoke about JAMPACT, the organization's mission...


"Hi Everyone,"

"We sent two barrels completely packed with supplies.  We sent enough crayons, pencil crayons, rulers, sharpeners, pencils, and erasers for each student... 


St Paul's Basic School is the intended beneficiary of the barrels sent by Anna, after she mobilized the support of her family and friends. JAMPACT was very happy to assist Anna in making the right connection at such an opportune time. (Read Full Article Here)



Tassie Scarlett

Education Chair




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