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Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

Island Grill donates $1m to Mustard Seed children's treat

Monday, December 22, 2014

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Island Grill’s CEO Thalia Lyn (centre) hands over a cheque of $1 million to founder of Mustard Seed Communities Monsignor Gregory Ramkisoon (left) for the organisation’s annual Christmas treat to be held on Christmas Day. Assisting is Andrew Mahfood, executive director in charge of group finance at Wisynco. (Garfield Robinson)

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Island Grill has donated $1 million along with hundreds of toys to Mustard Seed Communities towards its annual Christmas treat for 5000 children.

The donation was made by Island Grill chief executive officer (CEO) Thalia Lyn at the company's Boulevard Supercentre outlet in St Andrew a short while ago.

"If people do this to be seen then it is wrong. It should be done because we see the need to genuinely help others," Lyn told OBSERVER ONLINE.

The CEO said the drive and need to help out has transcended three generations and she hopes it will continue and that others will get on board.

Gregory Ramkissoon founder of Mustard Seed added that the donation will serve to offset the expense for the treat but said more help is needed for Jamaica's less fortunate children.

He thanked Island Grill and urged other companies to join its efforts.

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