Kite Donation to Children’s Home

BASSETERRE (ZIZ News) — In what has become an annual tradition FLOW and a local kite-maker brought some early Easter cheer to the residents of the St. Christopher Children’s Home.

On Tuesday morning FLOW and Curvis Jeffers donated several handmade kites to the children.

Mr Jeffers said he has been making these presentations for more than twenty years and it is done out of love for the art and the children.

Sharisma Patrick, marketing lead at flow commended Mr. Jeffers on his commitment to brightening up the children’s lives.

Children’s home administrator, Margaret Stevens, thanked Mr. Jeffers and FLOW for their generosity.

Each year Mr. Jeffers and FLOW partner to present handmade kites to children. Previous recipients have included the Cotton Thomas Comprehensive School, and Tucker Clarke Primary.

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