Bounty Foundation Donated Money and Wheelchairs in Porus

The latest stop for the Bounty Foundation “Each one Teach one to Reach one” campaign handed over 3 executive standard recliner wheelchairs and a donation of $Ja150,000.00 to be used for medication for the three beneficiaries. The dancehall artiste and his manager Paul ‘Bankie’ Giscombe went to the Porus Primary School in Manchester, to make the donation.

The caregivers for the foundation donated from all over the island as the foundation was organized for the whole island, the JA$50,000.00 cash certificates and the wheelchairs were given to the three recipients. 


It was revealed that many applications were made and the persons who had the most needs were chosen.

Bounty said it was time to stretch out hands and help others because of the high crime rate and the Covid-19 virus that is causing so much distress on the island.

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Bounty’s musical son saw the gesture from the poor people governor and took to Instagram to sing him praises and remind him that he loves him, see the statement from Vybz Kartel below.

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