Saint Lucia Kings, Indibet Join Forces To Improve Educational Facilities At Dunnottar School

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Press Release:– Saint Lucia Kings and Indibet join forces to help create quality infrastructure at the Dunnottar school in Saint Lucia. Indibet, official sponsors of Saint Lucia Kings today announced a donation of 10000 USD to the school and the funds will be used to build an essential ramp at the school.

“The Centre for Students with Multiple Disabilities” at the Dunnottar School caters to students with mobility difficulties, especially wheelchair users and students with cerebral palsy. One limitation to this program and the school is that students are unable to access the other developmental programs offered due to the lack of a necessary ramp at the main building. The construction of a ramp would enable students to further develop as they would have access to the other programs offered at the school.

Daren Sammy, Assistant Coach and Mentor, Saint Lucia Kings appreciated the endeavor and said” It’s such a great initiative by our sponsor Indibet. The fact that they have continued the philanthropic work in Saint Lucia speaks volumes about their commitment outside of cricket. This donation will surely go a long way in making life better for this institution”

Thanking the Saint Lucia Kings and Indibet Antonia Joseph, Prinicpal Dunnottar School said “We are elated to receive this contribution from Saint Lucia Kings and its sponsors. Your support will go a long way in helping to further Dunnottar School’s mission of providing effective services for all our students. Your support is invaluable to the continued development of our programs. Access to education for all our students will help them achieve their fullest potential and improve their quality of life. On behalf of management, staff and particularly the students of Dunnottar School, I once again thank you.”

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Saint Lucia Kings alongside its sponsors commits to not only support the enhancement of cricket in Saint Lucia but also the welfare of the youth.

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