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                                                                                                  December 25, 2012
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JAMPACT'S CHRISTMAS TREAT 2012

 Every year the children we serve gather to receive toys and celebrate this holiday season. This  year, children from each of our four adopted basic schools gathered at the Devon House to enjoy ice cream and toys. Visit us on Facebook click here to view photos from Christmas Treat 2012, at the Devon House in Kingston, Jamaica.

This is the season of giving and we'd like you to think about ways you can give to JAMPACT now and in the upcoming year. Help us to continue this tradition and our other initiatives throughout the year with your financial support.  

 

  

  

CELEBRATE THE SEASON OF GIVING WITH JAMPACT!!!  

  

   



 
FOR MAKING THE PLEDGE
 
Angella Golding
Monique Bailey
Shayna Walker
Gloria Perla
Syrena Shirley
Tiffany Brown
Philip Simpson 
Nikiki Bogle
Dale Todd
Carol Bwalya
Sandra Thindwa
Joy Todd
Vernon Lawson
Keisha Phipps
Jason Mills
Lindsay Nixon Ingman
Petra Payne
Valerie Raymond
Anonymous
R&F Foster
Jackson
Akelia Maitland
 
 
Your Support Makes a Direct Impact on the Children We Serve. 
 
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Our annual holiday party was hosted on December 18, 2012. JAMPACT'S Holiday Party was a success.
Supporters and members of JAMPACT came together in merriment at Village Pourhouse. Village Pourhouse donated 15% of the bar receipts to JAMPACT.We are extremely thankful to those who were in attendance. Many more thanks to the Village Pourhouse for their donation.
For those who missed it, join us next time.

Events are posted in the JAMPACT Calendar section of the newsletter. You can also view upcoming events by visiting



10 For 10 Challenge 

MAKE THE PLEDGE, TAKE THE CHALLENGE

This season take the 10 For 10 Challenge. JAMPACT began this challenge in the beginning of December. There are only SIX days left, the challenge ends December 31, 2012. Our goal is to raise $4000 towards the renovation of the Maxfield Park Basic School. Maxfield Park Basic School is an educational institution whose student population consists primarily of orphans or "wards of the state," as they're labeled. Take advantage of this opportunity to pledge your support. 

Click here for more information on JAMPACT'S initiative to rebuild Maxfield Park Basic School, the community it serves and to DONATE.

Thank you in advance
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JAMPACT Calendar

Feb 2013 - General Body Meeting

Feb 2013 - Winter Mixer

April 2013 - Spring Mixer & Raffle Drawing

May 2013 - The Annual School Supply Drive Launch

May 2013 - General Body Meeting 
 
 Jun 15, 2013 - C.H.I.C Gala 

Volunteers Needed!

JAMPACT needs your passion, enthusiasm, talent, skills and anything you want to give to make a difference! Visit here for a listing of volunteer needs.   
 
If you're interested in serving on one of our committees email JAMPACT President

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WHO WE SERVE - OUR ADOPTED BASIC SCHOOLS 

        

Maxfield Park Basic School                                                          St. Stevens Basic School 

Cole's Basic School                                                                      Crescent Road Basic School

Jamaica Impact, Inc. (JAMPACT) is a certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our mission is to use our collective energy, intelligence and resources to influence and improve socio-economic conditions, which affect Jamaica and the Jamaican Diaspora by (i) developing social welfare programs, with particular focus on educational initiatives targeting youth (ii) facilitate research, stimulate constructive dialogue and raise public awareness on topical issues; and (iii) provide opportunities and resources to grow and strengthen the network of young professionals, students and friends of Jamaica.     

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