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Rainforest Adventures Gives Back To Babonneau

Rainforest Adventures (RFA) in partnership with the Babonneau Mothers and Fathers Group, last week gave back to the Babonneau community where the company operates.

RFA assisted in distributing 10 Food hampers on Friday, January 4th, 2019 to underprivileged families within the various communities in Babonneau.

General Manager, Daryl Raymond described this philanthropic drive as overwhelming and fulfilling to see the appreciative smiles on the faces of those deserving individuals who received the hampers, according to a company release.

“Rainforest Adventures remains focused on community service and this venture was just one of the ways of making a positive difference and meaningfully contributing, to those who are most in need,” Raymond stated.

The communities who benefitted from the goodwill gesture were Chassin, Fond Assau, Giraud Cacoa, Cabiche, Babonneau (Central), Plateau, Boguis, Debarras, Garrand and La Guerre.

The delivery of the Food hampers paves the way for a series of corporate social responsibility activities by Rainforest Adventures, which are planned for 2019 and beyond, it was reported.

The company, which offers aerial tram, ziplining, hiking trails and bird watching services, has been operating in Babonneau for over 12 years.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Great to see the biggest and best tourist proyect ever built in St Lucia,giving back to the comunity in wich it is established.They have all their workers,close to a hundred,living in the comunity,they have taken this as a mission to help the comunity.Good for them,for the people of Baboneau and indirectly the country.

  2. I understand this company is goint to do a fantastic investment,and create something that will be sensational for all the tourist industry and we the locals

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