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McBride Caribbean donates 200 masks to five schools

McBride Caribbean has sponsored distributed around 200 masks to the five institutions of the country.

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Barbados: McBride Caribbean has sponsored distributed around 200 masks to the five institutions of the country.

Besides this, during a recent press conference at Queen’s College, McBride Caribbean also donated a number of its new travel size variant of Beep Disinfectant Spray to the non-teaching and teaching staff of five schools.

These schools that received the donation are – Grazettes and St. Bartholomew Primary Schools, and Daryll Jordan Secondary, St. Leonard’s Boys and Queen’s College.

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The distributed masks contain a message with the FreeMind Institute’s Power of Choice programme’s messages of “I have, You have, We All Have The Power Of Choice!’ and ‘Let Us All commit to making only Wise Choices!.”

On distributing masks and spray

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, the Sales & Marketing Manager of McBride Caribbean Limited – Shari Green, asserted that “This donation today of face masks and our new Beep Travel Size Disinfectant Spray, which is US EPA-compliant lab certified to eliminate the coronavirus on surface speaks to the flexibility and determination we have all had to dig deep to access.”

Founder of the FreeMind Institute – Errol Griffith, further gave a word of advice to the students and stated, “You are responsible for who you are right now, not your parents, not your teachers, not your community, not your aunt, uncle or preacher.”

He added to his statement, “All they can hope to do is seek to be a positive influence in your life. You are responsible for every choice you make, regardless of the positive or negative influences in your life.”

Dr David Browne, the principal of Queen’s College, appreciated and praised the efforts of the FreeMind Institute and McBride Caribbean and requested the other associations to provide assistance
to those who need help in this crucial time of COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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