The Bankers Association of Saint Lucia donates to its fifth home for Financial Information Month. The collective group of financial institutions visited the staff and residents of the Cornerstone Humanitarian House in Castries, once again bearing gifts of essential food items and supplies.
During the month of October, representatives from eleven competing financial institutions journeyed to the Villa St. Joseph home for the elderly in Dennery, the St. Lucia Rainbow Children Home, the New Beginnings Transit Home, the Mongouge Club 60 & Adult Day Care Center in Choiseul and lastly, the Cornerstone Humanitarian House with a lot more than just warm smiles.
Representative of the Division of Human Services, Andrea Alcide, says the Cornerstone Humanitarian House has been open to persons who are homeless and destitute for approximately 23 years.
The Cornerstone Humanitarian House currently accommodates 28 residents. For the month of October 2020, the Bankers Association of St. Lucia made food donations to a total of five homes: two homes for children and three for the elderly.