Foster’s Food Fair IGA, in collaboration with the Department of Children and Family Services and the Department of Education, has announced the donation of 16 computers to the Clifton Hunter Campus.
Foster’s has also donated a 12-seat van to the Department of Counselling Services for the Family Resource Unit.
As part of its 30th anniversary celebration, and in an effort to continue its support of the Cayman Islands, Foster’s is focusing on projects that benefit the children, and inevitably, the community.
“Foster’s Food Fair IGA strongly believes that the private sector has a responsibility to contribute to the development of the children of these islands,” said Woody Foster, managing director. “The well-being of our nations’ children and families has always been especially important to Foster’s Food Fair.
The donation of computers to Clifton Hunter Campus primarily focuses on providing students with the tools necessary for better equipping themselves for the fast paced technologically advanced world we live in.
The donation of the van was to help the Family Resource Centre in transporting our youth to and from various programmes provided to them by the Government.
Earlier this year, Foster’s also donated 1,500 school bags filled with supplies in collaboration with the Department of Children and Family Services and the Department of Education to students in primary and high schools.
“To our valued customers, we would like to once again thank you for your continued support over the years and granting us the privilege to serve you from East End to West Bay,” Foster’s Food Fair said in a press release.