Dr. Sam Christian pays tribute to deceased medical worker, Dr. Phillip St. Jean, who worked tirelessly to aid victims injured Hurricane Maria.
In this tribute Dr. Christian also makes presentations of supplies donated to the Dominica Cancer Society from www.RebuildDominica.org and We Are Dominica —- diaspora organizations engaged in the rebuilding process.
Rebuild Dominica Inc. invites you to subscribe to CBN4 News Dominica for more “Strong & Healthy” television show segments featuring our very own Medical Director, Dr. Sam Christian!
The Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA) announced its launch and organizes disaster relief from the chaos following Hurricane Irma.
On Friday September 8, 2017, approximately 100 community leaders joined forces with the support of U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Association at the home of well-known mechanical engineer, carnival organizer and Image Band leader, Loughton Sargeant. The result was the formation of the Caribbean Disaster Relief & Recovery Alliance (CDRRA). CDRRA is an alliance of nonprofits, businesses and professionals dedicated to collaborating and assisting in the execution of disaster relief efforts in the Caribbean.
Guyanese-born community leader and former Sales and Marketing Director of the Washington Post, Royston Desouza of Caribbean Cargo DC leads storage and shipping effort by extending the 30% discount for customers shipping to friends and family in areas most affected by the recent hurricanes.
To learn more, please read the official press release online at: http://www.caribbeancargodc.com/hurricane-irma-survivors-to-receive-support-from-the-caribbean-disaster-relief-alliance-cdra/
Please join us at the following event as we call on business owners in the Mid-Atlantic to help us raise money for warehousing of disaster relief supplies for the islands recently devastated by Hurricane Irma and now Hurricane Maria.
Event: Experience The POWER of Networking
Date: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Hosted By: Kojo Nnamdi
Featured Guest: Wintley Phipps (Vocalist, Founder/Dream Academy)
Keynote Speaker: George Fraser (Speaker, Author, Networking Guru, Founder/FraserNet, Inc.)
The Caribbean Business Alliance proudly presents the ultimate business networking mixer created especially for Business Owners, Entrepreneurs and Service Providers of Caribbean decent and for Business Owners who serve the Caribbean community, here and abroad.
Who Should Attend???
**Caribbean Business owners who operate a business in the DMV area — all the way to the Mid-Atlantic region and Abroad
**Business Owners who serve the Caribbean community in the Mid-Atlantic region and Abroad
Expect to be inspired, empowered and recharged by the Internationally renowned Speaker, Author and Networking Guru, Mr. George Fraser, as well as, to receive inspiration from renowned vocalist and Founder of the U.S. Dream academy – Mr. Wintley Phipps.
Hosted by: Journalist, Radio/TV Show Host–Kojo Nnamdi.
To learn more about sponsorship and marketing opportunities.
Sponsored By: Caribbean Cargo DC, Gabriel J. Christian & Associates, LLC.& B.j.Lockhart Insurance, The University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Caribbean Caterers, Federal Management Systems, and Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation, East Payment Solutions, Caribbean Caterers, JDos Internationale, Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce, Tony Marc, Industrial Bank, King Ocean Services, Shipley & Horne, P.A., The Caribbean Current and Victory1 TV.
Bellevue Chopin Primary School’s principal, Paula Laupen, wrote the following thanking Rebuild Dominica, Inc. for contributions made to her school:
“On behalf of the Bellevue Chopin Primary School, I wish to express … sincere gratitude for Rebuild Dominica’s donation of school supplies. Your gift has already made a huge difference to the quality of teaching and learning at our school since we have put everything to use. The reading books have boosted our library. On Children’s Day, observed here last Friday, the students were presented with some of the donated supplies. In addition, we have used the coloured pencils and crayons to take part in an art competition put together by the Welfare Division under the theme, “Stopping Child Abuse”. I do hope that we can build a continued partnership for the advancement of these under privileged students. Please convey my thanks to the other members of your team.”
The expression on our young Dominican citizens’ faces are priceless. Rebuild Dominica invites other Dominicans living in the diaspora to join our mission in identifying and supporting unmet needs. We are Dominica – both near and far!
Rebuild Dominica offers a special thanks to Dr. Irving Andre for facilitating this donation and for relaying photos along with the letter of gratitude from the school’s Principal.
On June 11, 2016, “Taste of Dominica” will provide an atmosphere of togetherness where attendees can mix and mingle while supporting a great cause! This event is a fundraiser hosted by Rainbow Family Christian Center to encourage continued disaster relief for The Commonwealth of Dominica. Proceeds will benefit Dominica’s school-aged children.
Admission is $20 and the event will be held from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST) at 2120-A Industrial Parkway, Silver Spring, MD 20904. Event flyer is below. Please share and the Rebuild Dominica Team looks forward to seeing you there!
Please visit http://2016continueddisasterrelief.crowdsterapp.com/ for more details on this fundraiser.