CEO of the Percy Junor Hospital (PJH), Carlton Nichols (right) presents a plaque of appreciation to Oswald (centre) and Elfreda Dixon of the Rachael Dixon Foundation after being presented with a donation of two hospital beds valued at US $3, 873.00. The Christiana Health Centre was gifted with 50 boxes of gauze, 100 boxes of gloves, 150 packs of adult diapers, walkers and wheelchairs.
Mr. Nichols thanked the Foundation for its continued support to the PJH, and the Devon, Spaulding and Christiana Health Centres in Manchester over the years. The donation was made at a prize giving ceremony on Friday, August 31 at the Hibernia Restored Pentecostal Church in Manchester. Scores of children also received school supplies and scholarships from the Foundation.
Mr. Dixon, a businessman shared his happiness in supporting the community in the areas of health education, which he believes are critical areas of development for Jamaica. The Rachael Dixon Foundation was established 12 years ago in honour of Mr. Dixon’s mother.