School supplies for children

Children of persons living with HIV/AIDS will get some much needed school supplies for the upcoming term.

They will receive the donations through the Family Care Support Group, compliments of the staff at the Office of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Speaking during the presentation to the group at the HIV/AIDS Food Bank recently, Administrative Officer in the Office of the Attorney General, Cheryl Grogan, explained that staff pooled resources to purchase school items and/or give cash donations towards the cause.

President of the Family Care Support Group, Kedelyn Morgan (left), looking through the school supplies with Senior Clerk in the Office of the Attorney General, Joan Morris, Clerical Officer in the Office of the Attorney General, Sonia Phillips, Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Frances Scantlebury, and Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Office of the Attorney General, Cheryl Grogan.
President of the Family Care Support Group, Kedelyn Morgan (left), looking through the school supplies with Senior Clerk in the Office of the Attorney General, Joan Morris, Clerical Officer in the Office of the Attorney General, Sonia Phillips, Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Frances Scantlebury, and Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Office of the Attorney General, Cheryl Grogan.

President of the Family Care Support Group, Kedelyn Morgan, thanked the staff for their donations and said parents should receive the items by next week.

President of the Family Care Support Group, Kedelyn Morgan (left) receiving the cash donation from Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Office of the Attorney General, Cheryl Grogan.
President of the Family Care Support Group, Kedelyn Morgan (left) receiving the cash donation from Administrative Officer and HIV Coordinator in the Office of the Attorney General, Cheryl Grogan.

The group lends assistance to approximately 75 children between the ages of three and 16.

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