Charlie Adams was one of hundreds who made donations on Saturday to a fund established to help baby Jordan Samuels, who was born four and a half months premature in November, weighing 1lb 14oz. Baby Jordan, who has been in hospital in Florida since his birth, requires 24-hour oxygen, expensive medical equipment and medicines, a $4,000 lung injection every month and regular specialist visits to aid his recovery. Rotaract Blue members including Latina Young, left, and members of the Lean on Me Committee were at supermarkets assisting with the fundraising effort. Another collection day is planned for this Saturday at Hurley’s Supermarket in Grand Harbour, starting at 10am. For more information on helping baby Jordan, call 926-7724.