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CWCO Joins The Ranfurly Team
By Leah Carr
Feb 11, 2018 - 3:41:41 AM

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L to R: Jeffrey Burrows, CWCO Operations Manager; Welliya Cargill, CWCO Administrative Assistant; Alexander Roberts, Ranfurly Home Administrator; Princess Burrows, Ranfurly Home Assistant Administrator; and Bryan Russell, CWCO General Manager. Photo Credit: Serena Williams Media and PR.

Nassau, Bahamas - The Ranfurly Home for Children, currently home to 16 boys and 13 girls, recently received a donation that will help support the independent organisation. Consolidated Water Corporation (CWCO) Operations Manager Jeffrey Burrows got an up-close view of the foster care facility from Assistant Administrator Princess Burrows. “When you look at kids, it touches your heart,” said Jeffrey. “I felt a great connection to the children so I said we (CWCO) would see what we could do to help as well.” Alexander Roberts, Ranfurly Home Administrator, said: “We currently have 29 children, and for all intents and purposes this is their home. We provide the best environment possible to take care of their needs. At the end of the day, we do the best we can as a team to try to produce successful, hopefully self-reliant, citizens of this country.”


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