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From left:  Annekah Kirby of Massy Stores, Lerisia Douglas of GreaterPurpose SVG, representatives of the Voice of the Disabled, Clyde Fitzpatrick of Catholic Soup Kitchen and Traceeanne McDonald-John of Massy Stores.
From left: Annekah Kirby of Massy Stores, Lerisia Douglas of GreaterPurpose SVG, representatives of the Voice of the Disabled, Clyde Fitzpatrick of Catholic Soup Kitchen and Traceeanne McDonald-John of Massy Stores.
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Massy Stores SVG has donated EC$40,753.52 to four charity organisations across St. Vincent.

Representatives from Massy Stores SVG presented “Forces For Good” grants to Our Lady of Guadelupe Home for Girls, Greater Purpose SVG, Voice Of the Disabled, and the Catholic Church Soup Kitchen on Thursday at Massy Stores Conference Room

“The donations signify Massy Stores’ dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of those in need within the community,” a press release said.

“The recipients of the Forces For Good Grants were carefully selected, with nominations coming directly from Massy staff members. The chosen charities covered four essential categories: education, youth development, small business and sustainable ways of living each received a grant of $10,188.38 EC. to further their respective missions,” the release further stated.

“Massy Stores SVG believes in the power of community engagement and remains committed to fostering a culture of giving back.”

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