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Thank you for visiting our action page. With your help we can make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. By giving on this page you are making a donation to Jamaica United relief Association, Inc. When you select from the projects below you are designating which initiative you would like to help us impact. Jamaica United relief Association, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 and a portion of your donation may be tax deductible. Thanks again for helping us make a difference!
The Miracle Club
Located in Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica, the Miracle Club is a mentoring club operated under AIR - Agency for Inner-city Renewal. The Miracle Club which is the brainchild of Dr. Henley Morgan seeks to motivate and inspire young adults to achieve their full potential. The membership is close to 80 young people in and around the Trench Town community. Club membership is not restricted to persons living in Trench Town as persons outside of the Trench Town community have been actively involved in the club.

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Friends of Friendship
Friends of Friendship operates a healthcare clinic in Portmore, Jamaica, in collaboration with the Health Ministries Department of Portmore Seventh Day Adventist Church. Other clinics and outreach events are held in all other parishes throughout Jamaica. They provide basic healthcare services to indigent Jamaicans within these respective communities. In addition to basic healthcare services, the organization promotes other community events, including nutritional exposés, and building services when needed. Dr. Levy, who is the primary medical practitioner, and Nurse Hines have both received proclamations from the Jamaican government for their community services.

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The 3D Project
The 3D Project serves children with disabilities and operates from its office in Spanish Town. Their daycare centers provide comprehensive community based rehabilitation program throughout Jamaica. In collaboration with Community Based Rehabilitation Jamaica (CBRJ), a government-supported program, this organization is "Dedicated to the Development of Persons with Disabilities."

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Annie Dawson Children's Home
Annie Dawson Children's Home provides housing and accommodation for girls – toddlers to young adolescent – who are affected by HIV/AIDS. This home in Havendale, St. Andrew, Jamaica was specially renovated by a Kenyan native who moved to Jamaica and has dedicated her life's treasures to helping less fortunate Jamaicans. Ms. Icilyn Nicki, the Director and administrator, plans to expand the home's services to house young boys with similar needs.

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