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Caribbean Development Bank - All Stars Club

Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program The C.D.B. All Stars Club was born out of the Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program in March 2005. This was a pilot program for the bank and one of the first in the island. This service caters to the children and wards of the staff at the bank, between the ages of five to sixteen years of age. 
Jasmine feceiving one the the CDB boxes,

A special big thanks for all the effort made by the children of the C.D.B. All Stars Club who beautifully wrapped and packed shoe boxes for the children of Hait this Christmas.

You can see one of your boxes here being delivered by Jenny Tryhane Founder of United Caribbean Trust.

Click on the picture to see how you can sponsor Jasmine.

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Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program

These boxes were transported to Haiti mid December for three Christmas parties.

Beautiful Christmas cards were created for the children of Haiti

A special signed card which was given to the orphanage in Port au Prince.
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program
Caribbean Development Bank After School Care Program

Whether at C.D.B. After Care during the school term or away at camp during the holidays, these keen and eager children are actively involved in outdoor and indoor games, quizzes and art and craft, with the latter being a favourite of many. The Art and Craft pieces which were done by the thirty-five members of the C.D.B. All Stars Club, with assistant and coaxing from the aunties, were displayed at camps, various in-house exhibitions and the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA), where we won three bronze medals. This was a great achievement for the All Stars, since it was the first time entering this competition.

Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club

During holiday these children are actively involved in Easter and Summer camps which are held at various locations in close proximity to the bank. These camps are run by the same three care -givers, who are involved in the After Care Program, “Auntie Lyn“, “Auntie Pat” and “Auntie Gilly”.

Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club
Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club

At the After School Club openday -

we were delighted with dance and drama.

The group is also involved in community work and at Christmas, these children visit a nearby Senior Citizen’s Home where they give food hampers, interact with the staff and residents of the home and entertain them with singing, dance, poetry and skits.

Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club

 

Kids' EE Summer Camp 2009 Sawyer Water Filter Haiti Feeding Program

 
Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club

C. D. B. All Stars is happy to be associated with the “Make Jesus Smile” project for Haiti and hope that this outreach can foster a good relationship between the children of the two countries.

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Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club

Oversees visitors included Maureen Bravo and her Intercessory team from Florida.

She brought her net of prayer and globe. The children enjoyed bouncing the world in a network of prayer.

The arts and crafts were outstanding.

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Caribbean  Development Bank - After School Club  arts and crafts

United Caribbean Trust is delighted to be working with the C.D.B. All Stars Club on our Make Jesus Smile shoe box Christmas project.

Jenny Tryhane explained to the Advocate News "When we go in with the shoeboxes it offers an opportunity to photograph and document children. Of course, it is an opportunity for children in Barbados to share, give and experience the true reason for Christmas."” She added.“"The long term objective is the child sponsorship program with is US$30 a month. The thirty dollars is subdivided into education, family empowerment, and after school club, : Jenny explained.

FE JEZI SOURI - 'Make Jesus Smile'

Thanks to the children of Barbados for your very special Chirstmas  shoe box gift
Thanks to the children of Barbados for your very special Chirstmas  shoe box gift Thanks to the children of Barbados for your very special Chirstmas  shoe box gift Thanks to the children of Barbados for your very special Chirstmas  shoe box gift
 
 
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