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People everywhere thrive for more uplifting and inspirational content. We aim to deliver this for you. Access to all content on this site is therefore free. We however urge you to help us to scale the production of stories that represent the best of Jamaica at home or in the country’s diaspora communities. If you can, please consider supporting us with a donation today.

All donations will fund content creation and therefore allow us to share a wider variety of features with you from across Jamaica and its diaspora communities worldwide.

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What we do
We search for and share stories about positive happenings across Jamaica and its diaspora communities, especially in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

We present these in a weekly podcast series and in articles at www.impactingjamaica.com

Podcasts focus on acts of kindness, projects, organisations, associations and companies that are doing work to uplift others while helping to solve societal problems.

Why donate to Impacting Jamaica?
We contract a team of journalists and correspondents in Jamaica, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to produce content weekly. The content contributors are not volunteers and corporate sponsorships do not fully cover the cost of production.


Your help will allow us to continue to share the uplifting and inspiring work of Jamaican people helping to make a difference in the lives of others. These stories often do not get told.

You can dedicate donation
You can dedicate your donation to cover the cost of highlighting a project, programme or individual you would like to showcase to the world.
After making your donation, just email us at impactingjamaica@gmail.com


Who are the owners of Impacting Jamaica?
The Impacting Jamaica podcast series is owned by Serg Media, a company registered in Jamaica. The Chief Executive Officer is Miss Shernett Robinson, a career journalist and attorney-at-law.


Serg Media produces the Impacting Jamaica podcast series in collaboration with the Gleaner Company (Media) Limited, one of the oldest media entities in the western hemisphere and a member of the RJRGLEANER Communications Group, headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica.
 

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Nurses Week
Nurses Week

Nurse Princess Edwards of the University Hospital of the West Indies accepts her Nurses’ Week gift basket from brand manager at the National Baking Company, Chris-Anthony Salter. In recognition of Nurses’ Week 2021, the National Baking Company Limited presented the nursing team at both the University Hospital of the West Indies and the Bustamante Hospital for Children with gift baskets to signal their appreciation for being the backbone of the healthcare sector.

Nurses Gift
Nurses Gift

President of the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) Patsy Edwards Henry (second right), receives 300 high-quality masks from Michael Fraser (first right), chairman of the Jamaica Medical Foundation (JMF). At first left is Oliver Jones, chairman emeritus of the JMF, along with other NAJ executive members.

Pineapples
Pineapples

A representative from the Annotto Bay Fire Station shows off her freshly picked JP St Mary’s pineapple alongside JP St Mary’s Assistant Depot Manager Simone Saunderson during a handover of care packages with the vitamin C-rich fruit to the Fire Brigade. The donation by JP St Mary’s is part of an overall initiative to encourage essential workers to eat healthy foods to boost their immune systems.

Nurses Week
Nurses Week

Nurse Princess Edwards of the University Hospital of the West Indies accepts her Nurses’ Week gift basket from brand manager at the National Baking Company, Chris-Anthony Salter. In recognition of Nurses’ Week 2021, the National Baking Company Limited presented the nursing team at both the University Hospital of the West Indies and the Bustamante Hospital for Children with gift baskets to signal their appreciation for being the backbone of the healthcare sector.

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