Computer Donation Makes Positive Difference

Thursday 14th, October 2010 / 20:33 Published by

Pictured L-R: Charles Sealy, CEO Doctors Hospital; Mrs. Olga Richards, Superintendent of South Western District; Mrs. Angela Rolle, Vice Principal, Gerald C. Cash Primary School; Ms. Dorsette, MIS Help Desk Administrator, Doctors Hospital; Mr. Albert Clarke, Principal, Gerald G. Cash Primary School.

Doctors Hospital is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of members of the community in which they serve. This week that commitment was reaffirmed with the Hospital’s CEO, Mr. Charles Sealy, donating a gift of computers to the Gerald C. Cash Primary School on behalf of the hospital.  The computers – a much needed asset to the school’s computer lab – will provide students at the school with additional resources for homework assignments, as well as help them to improve their computer skills.

“We welcome this donation with great enthusiasm and appreciation.  We assure you that these computers will go a long way in enhancing our students’ academic achievement, facilitating further avenues for research and learning this academic term and in the years to come. Our sincerest thanks to Doctors Hospital for their profound generosity”, stated Mr. Albert Clarke, Principal.

“School hours and after-school hours are a critical time for our youth. This time represents an opportunity to learn and grow, through quality school programs.  We hope that with the gift of the additional computers, the children will improve and learn new skills, excel in their studies, and develop into responsible adults”, concluded Charles Sealy, CEO Doctors Hospital. With this donation, Doctors Hospital continues to live up to their promise of commitment to service within the Bahamian community.

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