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Living Together Sponsorship – Donors’ Program

30 October 2013 No Comment

Living Together Sponsorship – Cubola Productions collaborates with the Private Sector

In June 2013, Cubola Productions offered to team up with donors in the private sector of the Cayo District to supply the Living Together a Belizean Social Studies Series for Primary Schools Standard 1 book and workbook at cost price. As part of the package we also committed to supply free training for teachers.

The feedback we continue to have from primary school teachers using the Series has been very positive. They have expressed a strong interest in having access to the Standard I book and workbook, the newest title in the Series, however many schools do not have the funds to purchase class sets. This is the first year of this programme but we hope to eventually gain more sponsors with the hope that all primary schools in the Cayo District will have access to these materials.

Each book and workbook have an identifying label and logo acknowledging the sponsorship made to the school and to the Standard 1 children. We thank the sponsors: Chaa Creek, Pine Lumber and Caracol YCD for their generosity and willingness to mentor our children in their quest to become responsible citizens.

-This entry was posted in Cubola News.

Living Together Sponsorship – Cubola Productions collaborates with the Private Sector

San Jose Succotz R.C Primary School was one of the proud recipients of the Living Together Sponsorship.

Talking about a donor’s program, The Lodge at Chaa Creek has its own PACK-A-POUND program where guests can send supplies in terms of clothing, school supplies, footwear and food items which are packed by pound and distributed to primary schools and NGO’s that deal with kids and women. For more information you can contact concierge@chaacreek.com or wedding@chaacreek.com or call +(501) 834-4009.

Chaa Creek Pack-A-Pound Program

Our head of Concierge, Denise, after handing over donations to children of Faith Nazaren Primary School in the Cayo District


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