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The team decided to give a care package to Rhonda Warner of Sandy Point to assist with her transition into her new home. Ms. Warner, whose previous residence was in a severe state of disrepair, had a new house built for her and her children. The construction of the new house was made possible through the generous contributions of local business persons, as well as citizens and residents in the Federation and nationals in the diaspora.
Joseph Gerald of St. Johnston Village and Persephanie Pike of Sandy Point who are elderly persons in need also received care packages. These persons were chosen based on recommendations from individuals in the community during the team’s regular engagements.
Head of the NIT, Inspector Rosemarie Isles-Joseph, said that the care packages continue to be funded internally with each member of the team contributing to purchase supplies.
“When we started this thing, we decided to do it every month and we will continue…we give it to anyone within the community that is in need of assistance…Every time we get paid, we use our own money, the ten of us put money together and this is what we do,” said the Inspector.
She added that the team has committed to making this a part of their ongoing contribution to communities around the island for 2021.
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