FAIRFIELD, USA -- On Wednesday, October 24, Hurricane Sandy, a Category 1 hurricane made its way to the island of Jamaica and left hours later with damages estimated at several billion dollars. For more than 24 hours, rain associated with Sandy covered the country, with some residents being forced to move into emergency shelters and a number of schools to temporarily close.
With educational development serving as the main mantra of Professional Jamaicans for Jamaica (PJFJ), the organization would like to ensure that the school doors of infant and basic schools in Jamaica, which were affected by Hurricane Sandy, are reopened with immediate effect. To help facilitate this process, PJFJ has established a fund which will primarily focus on providing funding assistance to early childhood institutions affected.
Supporter contributions can help to make a difference in the educational development of the children of Jamaica. PJFJ is urging supporters to act quickly by making a donation via PJFJ’s web site: http://www.pjfj.org/hurricane-sandy-relief-fund.html
on or before November 15, 2012.
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