The Jamaican dancehaller, Bounty Killer, made donations last Friday through his Bounty Killer Foundation to aid the people of his childhood community of Majestic Gardens in Kingston.
Bounty Killer explained that Majestic Gardens is where he comes from and that place is very special to him. It may be a small gesture but it can go a long way for those who really need it. He encourages everyone to stay safe and stay together during this hard time.
The sincere donation included care packages that had up to two weeks of essentials and food items. The residents gladly accepted the care packages because grocery shopping is a financial burden for most of them.
The dancehall deejay’s Bounty Killer Foundation has been adopted by the Digicel Foundation. The $42 million islandwide humanitarian project dubbed Operation SAFE emphases on feeding, sanitizing, advocating and helping Jamaicans to fight the novel coronavirus.
Aston Llewellyn Lawrence, 89, a resident of Majestic Gardens had a soap business which faced a huge loss due to Covid-19. He sincerely thanked Bounty Killer on behalf of the community.
He feels proud to see where Killer has reached now and feels even happier to see him help those in need as he has known him since he was a child.