Gleeful smiles and good cheer were brought to 200 students of the Trench Town Seventh-Day Adventist and Victory basic schools in Kingston on Tuesday.
This, as the non-profit organization Project Kase Jamaica Foundation handed over school bags packed with school supplies to students at the Trench Town Multi-Purpose Centre.
Several parents expressed their appreciation of the initiative, coordinated by Project Director Tenuke Doyley.
Representatives of Project Kase, Happy and Bilingual Foundation and the Kiwanis Club of the Capital City of Kingston participated in the event.
Project Kase is the brainchild of Kasi Bennett, the girlfriend of the world’s fastest man Usain Bolt.
Bennett, who serves as the managing director of Elevate Marketing House founded the organisation in 2016 to provide balanced meals for needy students.
Project Kase has since evolved to satisfy the individual needs of its adopted schools via outreach programs in the area of infrastructure repair among other requests.