On Wednesday, January 23rd and Thursday January 24th, the Source Savanna-la-Mar and the Organization for International Development will be hosting a Free Health Fair/Clinic to support and benefit the community members of Savanna-la-Mar. For event information, please see the details below:
Today marks the start of the first ever HEART NTA training courses at the Source Savanna-la-Mar. 40+ students began their programmes in Housekeeping and Data Operations that will take place over the next 9 months. It’s a great way to kick off the new year!
The Source Savanna-la-Mar Homework Programme has started strong and is looking for more students to participate. Primary school students can come to the Source to get help with their homework in a wide range of subjects. Special thanks to our project partner – Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP) for the generous support.
Monday – Friday from 3pm – 5pm
Saturday from 12pm – 4pm
For more information call 918-0267 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Moringa & Wellness Seminar
Where: The Source Savanna La Mar
Why: To educate residents about preventative health care measures, because prevention is far better the cure.
When: Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Speakers: Mr.Rayon Dyer, Herbal Consultant, Host of Moringa & You Aired on Vybz FM
Mr. Andre Clarke, Business Development Officer, Jamaica Business Development Corporation.
Mr. Gray Powell, Educator, BB Coke High School.
Come one come all……Remember your health is your responsibility handle it with care.
For info call: 382-4281
On August 13th – 17th, 2012, the Source Savanna-la-Mar hosted it’s first ever youth camp for 30+ youth ages 14 – 20. The theme of the camp was “Go for the Gold” to follow Jamaica’s amazing success at the summer Olympics. The focus was to ask youth to Continue reading
The Source is excited to announce another summer camp programme, but this time for youth ages 14 – 20. This camp is specifically for youth from the targeted communities of Russia, Seaton Crescent , Barracks Road/Gully Banks, and Grotto. Interested persons should speak to their community representatives to register for the week long program taking place August 13th – 17th. There will be a small registration fee of $100 per day that will pay for activities and lunch.
The theme for camp is “Go For the Gold” – encouraging campers to think about their futures and what they will need to accomplish their goals. It follows a very successful Camp will feature 4 guest speakers from the local community who will share tips and inspiration regarding their successful careers. Activities will range from vocational and career counselling, life-skills training, art classes, and basic computer classes. This will be a great week of fun and education. Sign-up soon, space is limited!
We are also looking for any donations in kind or cash to either help with reducing costs or to sponsor campers that are unable to afford camp fees. If you would prefer to volunteer your time to serve at camp, we would be grateful for that as well. Please contact us.