Chas. E. Ramson Limited. Cushions Infant Care Costs With ‘Kiss Baby’ Diaper Donations
Chas. E. Ramson Limited, distributors of Kiss Baby diapers has made a series of diaper donations to infant care facilities across the corporate area.
Since June of 2018, the company has donated 170 cases of Kiss Baby diapers to the Kingston Public Hospital, the Child Welfare Unit at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI), the Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation, and the Maxfield Park Children’s Home (MPCH).
Noting that these diaper donations were made in an effort to reduce the financial burden of parents and other infant caregivers, Phillip Ramson, Managing Director, Chas. E. Ramson Limited shared, “Children are the future of this country, and we understand that in these harsh economic times, parents and childcare facilities may find it difficult to meet these costs surrounding their needs. We hope that these diapers will give the young ones a comfy start, while assisting their caregivers with some financial relief.”
The MPCH is the latest recipient of Chas. E. Ramson Limited’s Kiss Baby diaper donations; the 80 year old childcare institution recently received 120 cases of diapers. Winston Bowen, Manager, expressed his appreciation for the donation, he said, “We care for young children from a few weeks old upwards, so we use a lot of diapers. This donation will certainly enhance our abilities to care for them. We are very grateful for this kind gesture by Chas. E. Ramson Limited.” The facility currently houses 104 wards of the state from under a year to 18 years old, and remains one of the island’s oldest children’s homes.
In welcoming the donation, Janet Coore-Farr, Senior Public Health Nurse, in charge of the Child Welfare Clinic at the UHWI, shared, “This is an excellent move by Chas. E. Ramson Limited, often times we see mothers come in and they simply cannot afford sufficient diapers for their newborns. These diapers will go a long way in assisting the mothers that visit our clinic.”
This donation is the latest installment in the company’s contribution to infant care in Jamaica. Earlier this year, Chas. E. Ramson Limited contributed over JMD$1,000,000 to restoring the conference room of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Bustamante Hospital for Children.
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