Sophie’s Place Benefits from Christmas Treat from JN Money

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    Photo Caption: The JN Money marketing team was out to share the Christmas cheer! From left, Cedrica Reid, marketing and sales specialist, digital channels; Sanya Wallace, assistant general manager, strategy, marketing and sales; Christine Madden Watson, administrator at Sophie’s Place; Sasha-Kaye McCalla, marketing specialist and Amelia Deacon, marketing coordinator, share some festive smiles with the camera.

    Residents of Sophie’s Place, a home for abandoned and severely disabled children and one of the homes in the Mustard Seed Communities, received Christmas cheer courtesy of JN Money Services Limited, owners and operators of the JN Money brand.

    Mustard Seed Communities is an international non-profit organisation, which cares for the most vulnerable, such as children with disabilities who have been abandoned, pregnant teens, young mothers and children affected by HIV.

    Employees of the remittance company visited the home on December 21 to gift the residents, play and interact with them, sing Christmas carols, and provide them with lunches.

    Sophie’s Place has been in operation for 25 years and the property was donated to The Mustard Seed Communities by Dr Trevor Hope, for the establishment of a home that catered to severely disabled children. Himself a father of a severely physically and mentally disabled child named Sophie, Dr Hope cared for her there until her death. The home, which is located in Gordon Town, St Andrew was named in Sophie’s honour.

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