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Unicomer Dominica Ltd trading as Courts donates $5,140 to the Northern District Home for the Aged in Portsmouth.
Courts Dominica Ltd during, the month of September launched its four weeks bedding promotion dubbed, “Sleep Days Ahead”. A charitable aspect was added to this promotion. For every mattress, bedframe, base and pillow sold, $20 was placed towards this charity. On the receiving end of this donation was the Northern District Home for the Aged in Portsmouth. The sum of $5,140 was collected during the promotion and was presented last Wednesday the 2nd of November 2016 at the Institution.
Mrs. Connie Matthew: Senior Manager to the Left presented the cheque of $5,140 to the Representative of the Home for the Aged.
The Representative expressed her gratitude and was elated to have received the donation on behalf of the institution. She said that the donation will go a long way in helping the institution and assisting the residents.
As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, Courts continue to reach out to the less fortunate in communities far and wide. We extend our gratitude to our loyal customers for their continued support and for allowing this donation to be substantial.
KFC and its franchise holder Fine Foods Inc has set a long term commitment in offering the best service and products while continuing give back to the community.
KFC Project Book Bag project launched in 2014 is designed to target Primary Schools students in vulnerable areas around the island. Each year at least two schools will be selected with students in grade 2 & 3 receiving a quality school bag filled with stationary items such as exercise books, pencils, reading books, water bottle, lunch bag and other stationary items.
Juliet Martin-Marketing Manger of Fine Foods Inc says that part of KFC mission is to continue its commitment to the community it serves through various programs such as The Project Book Bag which fosters the overall development of youth in Dominica. This community outreach program assist kids at an early age to maximize the opportunities to reach their full potential. The bags ensures that the kids have the necessary tool such as a good quality backpack to keep their text books and other school materials secure during the school year.
The students from the Belles Primary School and Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary School in Marigot are beneficiaries of bags this year. Mr. Alven Abraham, Principle of the Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary thanked KFC for this gesture and said that provision of such bags has been a concern as a number of students do not have a proper school bag therefore this contribution will provide the students with a good bag to keep their text books safe.
KFC is the world’s most popular chicken restaurant chain, specializing in the famous Original Recipe® fried chicken and part of the Yum! Brands that is a global Quick Service Restaurant leader. YUM is a company that believes in giving back to the communities in which they serve both locally and globally. An initiative such as Project Book Bag allows KFC’s huge heart to shine.
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COURTS DOMINICA LTD. WHIRLPOOL $8,000.00 WINNER
As part of our Peak Season 1 promotion, “The Season is Near, Lets Go to Courts” The Whirlpool Loads of cash was reintroduced. This offer allowed customers who purchased any Whirlpool appliance the chance to win $8,000.00 in Cash.
We are pleased to reveal our lucky winner Ms. Leathe Pascal of Cochrane Village.
As it is commonly stated, a picture tells a thousand words. Ms. Pascal was thrilled and speechless as the tears clouded her eyes while receiving her winnings.
COURTS DOMINICA CONGRATULATES MS. LEATHE PASCAL
Shaydan Laville of the Convent Preparatory School to Represent Dominica at Courts OECS Schools Reading Competition
Local Furniture and Electrical superstore Courts will be hosting the eighth annual Schools Reading competition on Wednesday November 16th 2106 in St. Kitts and Nevis.
The company hosted the National level of the competition on July 16th 2016 and saw ten finalists from the districts across the island competing for $2000 in cash plus $2000 for their school. In the end, Ms Shaydan Laville, student of the Convent Preparatory School wowed both audience and judges alike and was announced winner of the local leg of competition.
Miss Shaydan Laville will represent Dominica at the OECS finals and will compete against winners from Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Winner at the OECS finals will obtain an additional $5000 in cash plus $5000 for her school. 1st Runner Up will receive $3000 and 2nd Runner Up will receive $2000. All other participants will $1000 cash from Courts.
Each participant will also receive a laptop from the superstore and certificates of participation. Shaydan and her guardian as well as all the delegates from the OECS will be flown to St. Kitts and Nevis on Tuesday November 15th for the competition with all expenses paid by Courts.
The competition which begins at 2pm will be streamed LIVE online at http://www.sknvibes.com/welcome.cfm
The Management and Staff of Courts Dominica would like to wish Shaydan the best of luck as she goes on to represent Dominica with pride….
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Dominican Entrepreneurs to Benefit from Climate change Startup Bootcamp
Dominican Startups to take part in CCIC GreenTech Bootcamp
November 18, 2016 — The Caribbean Climate Innovation Centre (CCIC) in collaboration with National DevelopmentFoundation of Dominica (NDFD) will be hosting a green technology idea generation session and bootcamp in Dominica. The idea generation session will be held at the National Development Foundation on November 29 and Bootcamp at Fort Young Hotel on December 1-3, 2016 in Roseau, Dominica.
This 54-hour eventwill challenge participating startups to hone their skills in an intense, high-pressure weekend, and is one of the flagship programs of the CCIC which focuses on identifying and supporting Caribbean entrepreneurs and new ventures that are developing locally appropriate solutions towards climate change mitigation and adaptation. Throughthe CaribbeanGreenTech Startup bootcamp, startups focused on the respective areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency, water/waste management; sustainable agriculture/agribusiness and resource use efficiencywill receive opportunities for further development. Startups will additional have the opportunity to network with like-minded young startup companies, industry experts & mentors along with gaining invaluable insights and lesson on developing a successful cleantech business.The Center’s regional hubs will also be provided training at the bootcamps to equip them with the know-how better to conduct such CCIC programs in their respective countries.
The objectiveof CCIC’s initiative is to identify, build capacity and provide a supportive ecosystem for a pipeline of clean technology entrepreneurs in the Region.With over 200 entrepreneurs already trained in the new business knowledge, thisthree-day event will bring together climate-related experts to drive discussions on the challenges of Climate Change to inspire more participants to generate business ideas, as climate change-related solutions.At the Bootcamp starts are exposed to the rudiments of developing a startup team and will be provided mentorship from business & cleantech experts to improve their business concepts. At the end of the event, each team will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges who will select the top three startups. The first place winner will receive an award of US$1000, while the second and third place winners will receive US$500 and US$250 respectively from the CCIC.
Registration feeper person for Caribbean GreenTech Startup Bootcamp is EC $25.Applications for CGSB Dominica are now open. Closing date for applications is Tuesday 29 November. Apply now athttp://www.caribbeancic.org/bootcamp or https://ccic.typeform.com/to/vZ6aLU.Interested persons may also visit CCIC’s social media pages for updates.
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About The Caribbean Climate Innovation Center
The Caribbean Climate Innovation Center is a consortium comprising the Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) in Trinidad and Tobago and the Scientific Research Council (SRC) in Jamaica. The CCIC is one of three pillars of infoDev’s Entrepreneurship Program for Innovation in the Caribbean (EPIC), a seven-year program funded by the Government of Canada through the World Bank.
Our objective is to identify and support Caribbean entrepreneurs and new ventures that are developing locally-appropriate solutions to climate change mitigation and adaptation, thereby providing an SME-driven approach to solving climate, energy and resource challenges in the region. We focus on building the clean technology, start-up ecosystem that addresses climate-related business needs in the Caribbean. This initiative is achieved by implementing the following four programs across the fourteen participating Caribbean countries: Idea generation sessions, Bootcamps, Accelerator programs and incubation programs.For more information on the CCIC, please visit our website at www.caribbeancic.org. If you have any questions or need further information, feel free to contact us at (876-977-2154 or email@example.com)