End Bullying Globally Walk/Forum Appeals for Sponsorship

Jamaica News: The Le Antonio’s Foundation, founded in 2013 and headed by Antonio McKoy, is a non-profit organization established to advance its Mission of “Serving Humanity.”

The Le Antonio’s Foundation strives to develop inner city communities, in Jamaica, by providing an avenue through which members can become better individuals socially and economically by participating in one of the many ventures offered by the organization.

These ventures are The Homework Centre, End Bullying Globally Campaign, Annual Back to School Social/Treat and Scholarships/Grants Programmes.

This year, the Le Antonio’s Foundation will be hosting an End Bullying Globally Walk which will commence at 10:00am from Upper Barnett Street in the vicinity of Clock Towers, to Sam Sharpe Square, which will then lead into the End Bullying Forum at 11:15am at the Montego Bay Cultural Centre and end with a Back to School Treat for inner city children in Montego Bay.

The Jamaica music fraternity was plunged into mourning after the passing of “Carrot” formerly of world renowned group Third World.

The End Bullying Globally Walk is geared to raising awareness of the negative effects of bullying, creating structures of intervention/counseling and presenting prevention mechanisms to support the affected youth in our society.

As an organization, pledged to serve humanity, we are appealing to the wider population to collaborate and help make this event a success as we take the message of the campaign to the streetSay No to Bullying”. There’s an urgent need to ‘rid’ this monster from the minds of our fellow brothers and sisters in an effort to secure a safer Jamaica for all.

To Endorse, Sponsor or Speak at this End Bullying Globally Walk/Forum contact Antonio Mckoy, no later than Wednesday August 15, at 1-876-353-1389 or email:[email protected] We need your support of School bags and other school supplies. Thanks in advance

 

By: Ackeem Smith

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