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Atlantis employees make back-to-school donations

  • In an effort to give back and show their love and appreciation for the Bahamian community, team members from Mosaic Restaurant at Atlantis came together and hosted a back-to-school drive in support of the youngsters at the home. ATLANTIS


Published: Sep 11, 2013

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Scores of students who call the Elizabeth Estates Children’s Home their home are returning to school this fall semester equipped to take on another year of classroom learning thanks to Team Mosaic.

In an effort to give back and show their love and appreciation for the Bahamian community, team members from Mosaic Restaurant banded together and hosted a back-to-school drive in support of the youngsters at the home.

“We at Mosaic — Front of House division — have committed ourselves to the effort of giving back and we all agreed that the best focus we can have is on our nation’s youth, the future of this great country called The Bahamas,” said restaurant manager, Shawn Saunders.

“Back-to-school is an important time for so many youngsters. We all fully understand that our economy is still in the process of recovering and so we decided to put our attention to those youngsters who are less fortunate, specifically those at the Elizabeth Estates Children’s Home, and help them prepare for the start of another school year,” he said.

Book bags, books, pens, pencils, pens, rulers crayons and notepads were among the items donated to the thankful youngsters and staff.

“We all firmly believe that if you willingly give from the heart, the benefits are bountiful and bountiful were the smiles on the faces of those kids. Both the kids and their guardians expressed a high sense of gratitude which we truly appreciated. This is what can happen when we all come together for one goal,” said Saunders.

The Pointe gives back

Although small in size, the team at The Pointe decided to lend a helping hand and give back to the community through a donation of school supplies to Great Commission Ministries located on Wulff Road.

Great Commission Ministries is an organization which assists the less fortunate on a daily basis wherever possible. The donation is the team’s way of making a positive impact, albeit a small one, in the community.

 

 

 


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