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Published:Thursday | January 17, 2019 | 12:22 AM
(Left): Chairman of the Friends of Bustamante Hospital for Children, Dr Karla Hylton, joins patron of the Friends of Bustamante Hospital for Children, Her Excellency the Most Honourable Lady Allen, at the launch of Alice In Wonderland Charity Event.
CEO of Rock Capital Ryan Reid shows his support for Alice in Wonderland Charity Event launch.
Standing out in her sassy red is Magion Stephenson, deputy general manager, Grace Foods and Services. Contributed Photos
From left: Special Adviser to the vice-chancellor at The University of the West Indies; Minna Israel; Jacqueline Sharp, founder of Women’s Leadership Initiative; Herma McRae and CEO of Sagicor Bank; Chorvelle Johnson.L-R- A sophisticated bunch, Special Advisor to the Vice Chancellor at the University of the West Indies, Minna Israel, Jacqueline Sharp, Founder of Women's Leadership Initiative, Herma McRae and CEO of Sagicor Bank, Chorvelle Johnson.
From left: Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica Laurie Peters shares a moment with Director of Marketing and Development at the Wisynco Group, Francois Chalifour and CEO of Island Grill Thalia Lyn at Alice in Wonderland Charity Event.
Looking radiant at the launch of the Friends of Bustamante Hospital for Children’s Alice In Wonderland Charity Event are Foundation Manager at the Bob Marley Foundation Alicia Williams and Charmaine Alexander.
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The Friends of Bustamante Hospital for Children held the launch of their Alice in Wonderland Charity Event on Tuesday at Millsborough Crescent. Under the patronage of Her Excellency, the Most Honourable Lady Allen, the group hopes to raise $8 million to build a vandal-resistant restroom, shower and diaper-changing area at the Bustamante Hospital for Children. Alice in Wonderland is just one of the many ways the Friends of Bustamante hope to continue their unending support to the hospital since its inception in 1963.