Close to a dozen families were the recipients of food hampers and toiletries when Do-Nation Foundation participated in a food drive in observance of Good Deeds Day last Sunday, April 11.
Food hampers were distributed to households affected financially by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While distribution was based on shortlisted candidates in select communities between Bois d’Orange and Barre Denis, packages were also presented to persons whose plight were visible.
Do-Nation Foundation is a local non-profit organization whose mandate is the provision of dedicated service to eradicate social ills in the lives of our citizens, one person at a time.
Good Deeds Day was initiated in 2007 by businesswoman and philanthropist, Shari Arison, and launched and organized by Ruach Tova (NGO), a part of The Ted Arison Family Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Arison Group.