Saturday 19 September, 2020

BCIC distributes 100 care packages in downtown Kingston

L-R: Sponsorship & PR Executive, Davee` Williamson and Human Resource Manager, Doreen Samuels prepare to handover care packages to persons at the Scots Kirk United Church on Duke Street.

L-R: Sponsorship & PR Executive, Davee` Williamson and Human Resource Manager, Doreen Samuels prepare to handover care packages to persons at the Scots Kirk United Church on Duke Street.

The ICD Group and its subsidiaries, BCIC and MultiCare Youth Foundation (MYF) recently distributed care packages in support of their surrounding communities for Labour Day.

The team handed out about 350 packages, consisting of a face mask, essential food items and toiletries.

BCIC said it took the opportunity to give back to members' community in the vicinity of its head office on Duke Street in keeping with their campaign theme "Here For You".

L-R: Oneil Green, parent of three who has one child attending the BCIC/ Scots Kirk After School Program, of Mark Lane collects his Care Package from Khaleel Smith, Brand Manager at BCIC

One hundred care packages were distributed through coordination with the Scots Kirk United Church and the Duke Street Restoration Project Team.

Meanwhile, the ICD Group and MultiCare Youth Foundation served 250 packages to the Fleet and High Holborn streets in the vicinity of the companies’ Harbour Street location.

L-R: Althea Daley, parent of 8, with one child attending the BCIC/ Scots Kirk After School Program, of Rum Lane receives her Care Package from Lori- Ann Glasgow, General Manager- Marketing

"BCIC has been downtown for over 50 years; since its inception; continuing to support and remain connected to the community is imperative to us," said Managing Director Peter Levy.

"Lending a helping hand along Duke Street and neighbouring communities where our HQ has always been located wasn't even a second thought... it's home."

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