||Last Updated: Feb 6, 2017 - 2:32:04 PM
Freeport, Grand Bahama - Seeking to give back to the community, local business Spectrum Colour & Coatings donated 50 Gallons of paint, stain and other painting supplies to the Grand Bahama Children’s Home to be used in the painting of their buildings, sidewalks and curbs.
Spectrum Colours & Coatings donates 50 Gallons of Benjamin Moore and Richard’s brand paint to the Grand Bahama Childrens Home. Pictured is Operations Manager for Spectrum Colours and Coatings Mr. Thomas Bates presenting the paint to Mrs. Brennamae Rolle-Cooper, Administrator/Senior Welfare Officer for the Grand Bahama Children’s Home.
“We felt it was our duty to help and give back to the community in some way and the Children’s Home has always been an organization that I felt very passionate about” says Operations Manager Thomas Bates. “Once Spectrum was in a position to give something back, we were eager to help the children and the fantastic team at the Children’s Home and definitely hope to continue giving to them in the future. The staff at the Children’s Home does such an important job for our community, that I feel it’s necessary to help them any way that we can.”
After contacting the Children’s Home and meeting with them to choose colors, Spectrum mixed and then delivered the paint to the home. The Children’s Home was able to have some great volunteers and supporters of the home come in and paint for them. Mrs. Brennamae Rolle-Cooper who is the Administrator/Senior Welfare Officer at the home says “On behalf of the Grand Bahama Children’s Home, I would like to extend sincere gratitude to Spectrum Colour and Coatings, for its generous donation. Your great deed is certainly appreciated and we look forward to your continued support in the future as we continue to make a difference in the lives of these special children.”
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