Xaymaca International surpasses St Vincent relief target with corporate support | Entertainment

Xaymaca International’s initiative to assist Vincentians impacted by the volcanic eruptions of La Soufrière has surpassed its preliminary goal.

Andrew Bellamy, CEO of Xaymaca Worldwide, said the work received strong assist from company Jamaica. “Just a 7 days just after saying our intention to support our Caribbean buddies, we are grateful to have the assist of Trade Winds Citrus Constrained, Paramount Chemicals, Somi Distributors and DHL, who have supplied provides valued [at] about $one.five million,” said Bellamy.

Attempts are now staying produced to support even more Vincentians. “We have by now surpassed our goal of provides with their contribution, but we have expanded our methods to be equipped to send out more things to all those in want,” said the Xaymaca head.

LAUDED THEIR Attempts

Internet marketing Manager of Trade Winds Citrus Constrained Lauren Mahfood lauded the aid work of Xaymaca Worldwide. “Xaymaca and Tru-Juice are makes that the Caribbean group has embraced, and we are grateful for the option to assist the persons of St Vincent in this disaster,” said Mahfood, as she extended hope for a fast recovery for Vincentians.

As the requirements of all those housed in shelters in St Vincent continue to grow, Xaymaca Director Kandi King mentioned the assist received from folks who donated to the induce. “It is heart-warming to see our masqueraders and people who assist our situations appear out in assist of our Caribbean brothers and sisters. It reveals that amid a pandemic wherever many of us have not experienced the option to share physical area, our movement is not just about ‘partying’. We are a carnival group that empathises with our persons who are experiencing an adverse environmental disaster,” said King.

With a single 7 days to go just before the things are transported to St Vincent, folks who can donate may well still do so at the Xaymaca Worldwide Band House, thirteen Lindsay Crescent, or simply call (876) 454-7857 for more information and facts.