Look what we can do for our Village...together
After a long pause due to Covid restrictions, we are returning back to some normal with the resurgence of the LVRDF annual picnic! The date will be August 6, 2023. Come out and help raise some money that gets returned to the village, have a great time as well as re-connect with old friends and relatives. There will be more details to come. For more information or to contribute to the picnic contact email@example.com
May all types of Moms have a restful Mother’s Day.
All the best to you and your Family.
Earlier this month, we said goodbye to George Washington Clarke, affectionately known as "Laddy" or "Wanda". May he rest in peace 1952-2023.
Very recently, some LVRDF members distributed the Annual Christmas treat to the elderly and those unable to access basic necessities. This is a crucial program driven by our membership dollars. Please find out more by taking a closer look at our website.
This is one of the many ways membership benefit “The Village”. We’d like to thank the volunteers/members who made this program happen this year: Mr. Carrol (Rash) Davis , Miss Gloria Wolley, Mrs. Jannett Jallum, Mrs. Veronica McKay, Miss Maureen Jones, and Miss Shellyann Morgan. Have a Happy and Blessed Christmas! May you have a New Year filled with opportunities. Please continue to stay safe.
*Additional pictures will be displayed in the “Photos of the Village” album on our website.
Congrats to Cherokee Young on her sponsorship with Puma! We wish her all the best in the World Athletic Championship where she will represent Jamaica in the 400 m event. The WAC Will be held from July 15 to 24 2022. We are very proud.
Cherokee and her teammates achieved a silver medal in the 4x4 relay.
We are pleased to congratulate 11 year old Jordon Patience from Lluidas Vale Primary School on his graduation. LVRDF is happy to have helped him celebrate and acknowledge his Primary School achievements. It is due to your donations that this is possible. We wish him all the best on his academic journey.
Valeite Dwight Jackson is Owner and Head Chef at Pepperpot restaurant in Milwaukee and his success has him expanding with another location! Congratulations on his success. Read about his expansion plans in the article link below.
Carey Escoffery is paving the way in Jamaica with the availability of electric powered vehicles. He has roots in Lluidas Vale as his father was born and bred there. Congrats and good luck Carey! We are proud of you.
Pictured: Carey (far left) and team with the Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica Emina Tudakovic.
We are proud to highlight the success of another Valeite. Lisa Reid, the daughter of long time LVRDF supporter Errol Reid has been chosen to head the specialty practice of Endocrine Surgery at Cooper University Health Care. We hope Lisa Reid’s success will inspire other young people to reach for the stars. This specialization will especially help those suffering with diabetes or hyperthyroidism among other ailments. Congratulations Lisa !
I know I am late with my annual report (2019). This year 2020 is so devastating with this pandemic, that most aspect of daily living has been affected.
In-spite of all this disruption our organization was able to full fill our annual mandate, which is helping residents in our beloved Village community of Lluidas Vale.
Our annual two fundraising ventures were successful as in past years.
Because of our dedicated members, and committee members we were able to raise some much needed funds from the Picnic, the fall dance, members dues and donations from some members and other supporters.
Our annual charity support for 2019 include achievements such as:
• Our annual Christmas treat
• Herby’s annual financial care support
• Bereavement supports
• Student scholarship financial support
• Brassington Basic school supplies
• Food for the Poor
• Other donations and gifts
Again, thanks to our hardworking committee members, and support from the many
donors, members and friends of Lluidas Vale.
The commitment and dedication to giving back to our community is unwavering among our members. We will continue to support the Village its schools, community events and most importantly the residents who are in need.
As President, I am privileged to serve and remain passionate and committed to our cause of helping our Village.
The Lluidas Vale Rehabilitation & Development Foundation is a non-profit, non-denominational Organization developed by members of the Lluidas Vale Past Student Association to provide community assistance where needed.
Membership is open to all past residents of Lluidas Vale who subscribe to the objectives of the Foundation.
The Foundation is operated without the purpose of gain for its members and any profits or donations to the Foundation shall be used in promoting its objectives.
Your membership fees go right back to the Lluidas Vale community who may consist of your family, friends, and schoolmates.
Membership fees are $25 per year.
We use PayPal for donations. Thank you!
Total = $2096.06
Total = $2812.88
Total = $2843.88
•Christmas treat $1180.00
•Herby fund $440.00
•Bereavement fund $200:00
• Food for the Poor $100.00
• Brassington Basic School supplies $145.50
• Ravi Gray (School Sponsorship) $72.00
• Gift Baskets for sick members $152.00
•Jamaica School Alliance dues $400.00
• Food for the Poor, assist with shipping of school furniture for the village $700.00
• FFP fundraising ticket donation$100.00
• Village student assistance to attend Charlie mount High School $210.00
• Herbie assistance fund$210.00
• Donation to the AJAA graduate student award dinner$50.00
• Mount Dennis Baptist Church donation$50.00
• Materials purchased to pack furnitures for shipment to Lluidas Vale$220.65
• Mountain industry Assoc. fundraising dance tickets$120.00• Annual Christmas treat for elderly and shut-ins in the Village$1000.00
• Kitchen appliances for the Baptist Basic School ( fire fund)$1225.00
• Bereavement donation and flowers $475.00
• Website hosting$690.00
• Appreciation plaque$122.90
Total $5173.55 jamaica charitable organization
1. Herbie Fund $218.00
2. AJAA Membership & Insurance $500.00
3. Food For The Poor $ $100.0
4. Promotional T-Shirts $830.00
5. City Permit $173.00
6. Custom Fees $410.00
7. Website Hosting Fees $346.00
8. Mount Industry Support $200.00
9. MDB Church Donation $50.00
10. Shut-In Christmas Treat $1000.00
Total = $3827
Archive Financial Summaries (Summary of Projects)
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