Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Cornwall College Graduates of 1985 Donate to Clifton Boys Home: The project to erect a new home for the Orphans of the Clifton Boys Home in Darliston, Westmoreland received a major boost when they were presented with cheque valued at $40,000.00 from the Cornwall College graduating class of 1985.
The well-accepted token was presented recently by the Treasurer of the Organization Mr. Stafford Barrett and accepted on Behalf of the Home by Mr. Collin Hitchman Executive member of the Clifton Boys Home.
Earlier this year, the Clifton Boys Home which was close to half century old and located in Darliston Westmoreland was totally destroyed by a fire of unknown origin.
Luckily none of the Orphans were hurt, however, they lost everything and were forced to seek refuge at the neighboring church in the area where they called their new home.
The Board of Directors at the Boys Home along with the Child Development Agency organized a drive to erect a new home for the boys.
The Cornwall College Graduates of 1985 were one of the groups who answered to their call.
Class of 85 or Men of Might as they are affectionately called has been creating waves throughout western Jamaica on behalf of the Cornwall College Institution.
The group is made up of several hard-working students now turned men from the graduating class of 1985.
The group was formed by Fidel Dhana and is now chaired by Fredrick Murray and has since been creating an impact on the society through donations and humanitarian efforts.