Homestead to Get Transitional Home

British High Commissioner His Excellency David Fitton hands over a cheque for $4 million to assist with the establishment of a transitional home for girls at the Homestead Place of Safety and to help equip the computer lab, home economics area and recreational room.   Participating in the handover were Minister of Youth and Culture the Hon. Lisa Hanna (second right); Acting CEO of the CDA Rosalee Gage-Grey (right); President of the Rotary Club of St. Andrew Marie Powell (centre) and Manager of the Homestead Place of Safety, Sophia Walters.  The event took place at Homestead, St. Andrew.

Homestead to Get Transitional Living Facility The Child Development Agency’s (CDA) Independent Living Programme has received another boost with a $4 million donation from the British High Commission. The funds are to assist with the renovation of a cottage at the Homestead Residential Child Care Facility into a transition home …

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Foster Parents are Nation-Builders

Acting CEO of the CDA Mrs. Rosalee Gage-Grey and Acting Regional Director for the Southern Region Francine Rhoomes and other members of the CDA Team, attend the National Foster Care Week Church Service in Mandeville, Manchester on Sunday (February 9). Foster Care Week is being observed under the theme: “Strengthening Families and Communities through Foster Care.”

Foster Parents are Nation-Builders With the observance of National Foster Care Recognition Week (February 9 to 15) underway, Foster parents have been applauded for their role as nation-builders. Minister of Youth and Culture the Hon. Lisa Hanna, in her message for the week, recognised the incredible contribution that foster parents …

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