Monday 21 September, 2020

Unicomer Jamaica donates food packages to household workers

From left to right: Shirley Pryce, President of the JHWU, Nicola Lawson, Vice-President of the JHWU and Jacqueline Edwards-Locke, Brand Manager Courts.

From left to right: Shirley Pryce, President of the JHWU, Nicola Lawson, Vice-President of the JHWU and Jacqueline Edwards-Locke, Brand Manager Courts.

Unicomer Jamaica Limited is continuing to do good in the community. This time, good has come in the form of 100 food package donations worth over $100,000, to the Jamaica Household Workers Union (JHWU).

The packages contain non-perishable food items like corned beef, cooking oil, condensed milk, flour, sugar, cornmeal etc. and will go a long way in helping household workers who have fallen on hard times in the wake of the global pandemic.

“The union is so grateful for the help from Unicomer Jamaica Limited. It really comes at a time when the helpers in our union need it most. Many would have lost their jobs during this period and are having difficulty even to purchase food. So we want to big up Unicomer who by this gesture is really showing that you should strive to care for others and assist those in need”, said Miss Shirley Pryce, President of the JHWU.

The Unicomer Group operates in 26 countries from its headquarters in El Salvador, and has over 15,000 employees. The company offers its customers the widest and most modern line of products and financial services across the countries of operations.The retail brands of Unicomer include Courts, Courts Optical, Ashley Furniture HomeStore, RadioShack, Lucky Dollar and Courts Ready Cash.

 

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