Tablets and Laptops to be shipped to Jamaica, thanks to the hard work of CG Wilson.

Affectionately known as CG Wilson, most would say that she is the hardest working Consul General to hold the office in decades. We often query as to how she finds time for herself, but she is a woman on a mission.

Every child must learn and must be given the tools needed to help them, said CG Wilson

In just under two short years of taking office, CG Wilson has made a huge impact in the Jamaican Diaspora in the Northeast region of the United States as well as in Jamaica. She represent 32 States in her role as Consul General from her office in New York City. One of her many charitable passion is helping children in need, so it came as no surprise when she challenged herself last year and those around her to ensure that every child in Jamaica without a learning device gets one. Please show your support for CG Wilson’s Tablet and Laptop Initiative – A Device for Every Child: Bridging the Digital Divide (program).

Your continued support of the Consulate General of Jamaica, New York’s Tablet and Laptop Initiative – is critical at this time to support remote learning in Jamaica. Please see the following three (3) easy options for donations:

1. You may post/ mail your cheque to the Consulate General of Jamaica, New York at the following address: Consulate General of Jamaica, New York, 767 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10017. Kindly include a note with the full name and contact details of donor.

2. You may also visit us at our address above to deliver your donation, if preferred. We are open Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

3. If you prefer to do a wire transfer, we would be happy to facilitate same by way of quick call at your convenience at 212-935-9000.

The Consulate General is grateful to you, our partners and friends of Jamaica, for contributing to this important initiative for ensuring the continued and equitable participation of all our students in the current online learning process. Your contribution makes a big difference, and we wholeheartedly thank you for it!

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