Telecommunication company Flow dedicated a day this month to charity across St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
On Dec. 5, the company closed its doors and embarked on its annual Mission Day activities — a day the company said that is usually allocated to do selfless acts and give back to the community.
The event saw over 100 employees journeying to communities across the country, distributing care packages. With the assistance of the community nurses, the Flow team was able to meet and offer care packages to scores of shut-ins, amputees, persons living with disabilities and persons who have no relatives to care for them.
The teams journeyed visited Fancy, to Fitz Hughes, the Vermont and Mesopotamia Valley and areas in between.
Members of the Flow team described the mission as emotional and gratifying to know that they were able to touch the lives of persons who are often overlooked. They explained that many of the recipients of the care packages became emotional and expressed much gratitude of the unexpected gesture by telecommunication provider, Flow.
Last year, the company celebrated Mission Day activities by staging a Chinese auction. The proceeds were donated to assist in the rebuilding of the island affected by Hurricane Irma.