WATCH: Cabot Cares Gives $67,500 To Support Youth Football

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Cabot Cares has started 2022 true to its promise of significantly impacting local communities.

Its first initiative for the year is a $67,500.00 cash donation to the Free Kick Foundation – a not- for-profit organization engaged in the development of Under 19 Football in the country.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks Cabot I have not heard any of the well established organizations like
    Michel electrical
    Tile plus
    Terminx
    FICS
    Hobbies
    Chinatown
    MBC

  2. Come on SLNOL where is my comment I wrote just a few hours ago – it was a good clean one – what’s going on with your company?

  3. Where are all those who talk their crap about Cabot not giving access to the beach? Cabot has made the beach more easily accessible to the public. So the nonsense the blue snake when to amend in parliament was just an anti Chastanet move. The can’t touch Cabot. Tourism is our way out for these farmers and we need to embrace investors today more that before. No! We do not have to sell out ourselves. However, This behavior is not encouraging for future investors.

  4. Now Cabot is the greatest. All of a sudden no problem with national trust SLP or anyone. The artifacts and bones of those people who may very well have been crooks don’t matter anymore

  5. and i have yet to hear Windward and Leeward Brewery make a donation not of drinks, but some life changing investment in Saint Lucia’s Development and the development of it’s people. All they do is make beers, drop waste in the river which pollutes the ocean and rivers. Every now and then you hear they donate beers to some club, not enough.

  6. Commendable donation thank you Cabot for 67 grand, if Cabot cares they will allow unbridled access by foot to secret and donkey beach!…….smph…..

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