Wisynco Group Limited’s (WGL) soft drink brand, BIGGA, has stepped in to help fulfill the increased demand for feeding programs run by the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) with a donation of almost 5,000 355 ml products.
Mayor of Kingston, Senator Councillor Delroy Williams expressed his gratitude at the gesture. “We have been having increased demand because of the present situation with the COVID-19 pandemic. When private companies come on board to assist the municipality in the execution of our responsibility, it means much to us. This is a special situation, a one-of-a-kind experience -in terms of a pandemic, and to see that Wisynco is on board to assist us in our various programs for vulnerable groups is really for us touching and the contribution will go a far way in helping us because we have various feeding programs.”
The KSAMC provides support for numerous shelters in its municipality, and has had to ramp up its operations and supplies for 100-bed temporary overnight shelter in Downtown, Kingston set up to assist homeless persons since the Government’s recent enforcement of nightly curfews to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
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