[Press Release] Two Young Entrepreneurs Give Back to Community


Mark Lewis CEO/Founder of The Green Houses and Philanthropist and Paul Baron CEO/Founder of EDEN Consultancy recently made a donation of much-needed clothing items to the Home for the Aged in Portsmouth.

The young men who are very passionate about community saw the need to make this timely donation.

These young entrepreneurs are of the belief that businesses exist to solve problems at the organizational and community level whether through the product or services they offer or through charitable donations.

“We are aware that there are a number of cases of elderly neglect in Dominica and we would like to help address some of the challenges that the elderly are faced with,” they said.

This is the beginning of many donations to come commencing with the town of Portsmouth and further expanding the program to the wider Dominican community.

We each have a collective responsibility to ensure that the needs of our elders are met and that they continue to live a full life.


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  1. Lin clown
    February 6, 2023

    KUDOS to Mark and Paul,I agree with 100%.There will be negative comments directed towards them from lazy,lying and broke folks.

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  2. If we knew better
    February 6, 2023

    Great stuff. Glad that you guys are doing good work. Do it for the love, not for the likes. keep up the good stuff.

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  3. Mark
    February 3, 2023

    KUDOS to Mark and Paul for recognizing a need in our midst and acting upon it. It is so refreshing to see these two young men embark on such a noble cause.
    It is said, “To whom much is given, much is expected” therefore I truly commend the two young entrepreneurs who have found it in their spirit to bless the elderly and hopefully in the future, the less fortunate amongst us.
    May your blessings continue, MY BROTHERS so that you may continue to be a blessing to others.

    I have been ridiculed in the past for suggesting the need for “Community involvement”, not just relying on the government to do everything so don’t be surprised if you receive negative “FEEDBACK” for your decision to help this section of our population. Do not let the folks who really have nothing to offer, “BROKE FOLKS” dissuade you from doing what is in your heart to accomplish.

    Again, my sincere congratulations to you both.

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  4. Long Road Ahead
    February 3, 2023

    This is huge, big. Congratulations are in order.

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