NewsTuesday, December 31, 2013 | 5:02 PM
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) say it will donate US$1 to the Shaggy Foundation, for every remittance sent from January 2 to 15, 2014, through any JN Money Transfer (JNMT) branch in New York, Connecticut, Florida, or any JN MoneyShop in Jamaica. The Shaggy Foundation raises funds for the Bustamante Hospital for Children in St Andrew Jamaica through an annual charity concert.“This is the only full-service paediatric hospital in the English speaking Caribbean, and it serves a population of approximately 700,000 children,” said Leesa Kow, General Manager of and JN Money Services Ltd (JNMS). “Therefore all of us need to give the promotion our support.”In addition to the donation JNMS, a subsidiary of Jamaica National, will waive remittance fees on donations of JA$2,000 to $5,000 sent to the Shaggy Foundation, through any JN MoneyShop in Jamaica; or, on US$20 to US$100 sent to the Foundation at any JNMT branch in New York, Connecticut and Florida, Kow said. The Shaggy and Friends charity show is slated for January 4, 2014 and features recent winner of The Voice Tessanne Chin as well as finalist Matthew Schuler.
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