Max Mart gives thousands for youth development

PRESS RELEASE: One of the newest businesses to open its doors in the Mahaut/Jimmit community has pledged its support to the development of Dominica’s young people.

Max Mart Supermarket and Service Station, which is owned and operated by Maxwell’s Inc.,

Last Friday presented a cheque for $3000.00 to Camp Rescue Londonderry, the programme geared towards creating a positive environment for Dominica’s youth. Camp Rescue is a residential programme of mentoring, apprenticeship, training, and Family intervention.

The cheque was presented to Camp Rescue public relations officer Gaile Hodge, during the official opening of Max Mart Supermarket and Service Station, on Jimmit Highway ON Friday April 9th.

Making the presentation, company official Mrs Shanna Newton-Williams said Max Mart Supermarket and Service Station felt it a duty to give this support for youth development and to help the less privileged.

Speaking at the official opening of the business, Parliamentary Representative for the area Rayburn Blackmore praised the efforts of Maxwell’s both for their contribution to youth development and their vision in bringing a major business into the Jimmit community.

Head of Maxwell’s Inc., CEO Michel Williams, said the company is committed to doing its part to help develop and serve the community.

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1 Comment

  1. This is a very Healthy Development for the Area,
    (one of my Favorite spot in D/A)
    and Island on a whole.
    Good Luck also, Best Wishes in this area.

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