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Christmas came early this year for dozens of Saint Lucia’s less fortunate and vulnerable citizens, thanks to LIME.
LIME partnered once again with Feed the Poor Ministries to provide over 100 persons with lunch comprising of three-course meals prepared by an acclaimed local chef.
The luncheon was held on Friday at the Derek Walcott Square, in the heart of the nation’s capital.
LIME colleagues, along with Police Commissioner Vernon Francois, MP for Castries North East Stephenson King, and Chamber of Commerce President Gerard Bergasse and Executive Director Brian Louisy, were on hand to welcome the guests and assist in serving the meals. They also spent some quality time socializing with them.
Later this month LIME teams will be visiting communities around the island offering Christmas hampers to more of Saint Lucia’s less fortunate citizens, including the elderly and shut-ins. LIME customers and staff and the general public are invited to assist by dropping off canned goods, books and toys at the company’s retail stores in specially marked boxes for distribution to the children’s homes and other charities.
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