FirstCaribbean recognises two heroes

Recently FirstCaribbean International Bank recognized two Unsung Heroes: Chamayrane Williams and Sharon Lamb-Titcombe.

Since 1986, Mrs. Williams has made a significant impact in the community, bringing together people of all ages, giving underprivileged youth the prospect of a brighter future through good education and instilling strong Christian values.

Currently working as a teacher’s assistant with a local school, Mrs. Williams dedicates much of her spare time to projects that benefit her community.

These include the Adopt a Grandparent Programme, an adult reading programme and the Pathfinders club.

In addition, on a regular basis Mrs. Williams can be seen taking a group of children to her home after school to assist them with their homework or to allow them access to her computer to complete various school projects.

In addition, on a regular basis Mrs. Williams can be seen taking a group of children to her home after school to assist them with their homework or to allow them access to her computer to complete various school projects.

Mrs. Lamb-Titcombe is married with three children and has a challenging career as a banker.

She volunteers regularly at Northward prison where she teaches inmates to prepare them for release back into the general community.

Her classes include topics such as Reading, Social Studies, Geography, History and Card Design.

Mrs. Lamb-Titcombe is also a co-founder of the Save our Youth Foundation programme whose primary goals are to transform the lives of young people through educational and spiritual development.

Mrs. Lamb-Titcombe has also taken a special interest in the Prison Football team Transformers, which she currently manages.

She initially used her personal funds to ensure that the team was registered to play in a local tournament, and was subsequently able to secure sponsorship which allows the team to participate on an ongoing basis.

Each local Hero will receive a donation of US$6,000, which will go towards their cause.

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