The Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) is the latest corporate entity to donate to the Caribbean Love Now campaign, an initiative in aid of rebuilding programmes in islands affected by hurricanes Irma and Maria. (R-L) Hardware & Lumber Limited executives: Marketing Customer Experience Officers Andrea Green-Brown and Donnett Mitchell; Marcia McClaughlin, Vice President of Marketing joins JPS executives: Tania McDonald Tomlinson; Director of Recruitment & Employee Services; Gina Tomlinson Williamson, Director of Performance Management & Organization Change; Carolyn Parchment, Talent and Organization Officer; Latoya Martin, Human Resources Clerk and Lionel Walker, Training Officer for a photo op.
Lloyd Distant (left), CEO, Hardware & Lumber Ltd. receives a donation of 3500 mops from Richard Coe, Deputy Managing Director, Fleetwood Jamaica Ltd. in support of Caribbean Love, a campaign to offer relief to islands affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. H&L, a launch partner of the campaign will donate equipment and building supplies. October 2017.
HARDWARE & LUMBER GRANTS SIX SCHOOLS TO RECEIVE OVER 150 GALLONS OF EASYCARE PAINT TO BOOST FACELIFT PROGRAMMES
Kingston, Jamaica - May 9, 2018 - Hardware and Lumber (H&L) will donate over 150 gallons of EasyCare paint to six schools in Kingston and Mandeville after being awarded the 'Painting a Brighter Future' grant, a philanthropic initiative by True Value Foundation, the charitable arm of True Value - an American retailer-owned hardware cooperative.
H&L RALLIES FOR COCKBURN GARDEN FAMILY - Hardware and Lumber team members (from left) Marketing & Customer Experience Officers Donnett Mitchell & Andrea Green-Browne, as well as Prudence Mundley, H&L Rapid True Value Store Manager embrace David Silvera, Head of Business Unit at Mustard Seed following a donation of building supplies, toward the rebuilding a home in Cockburn Gardens in Kingston that was destroyed by fire, claiming the lives of four children.
Winning selfie! Lloyd Distant, CEO, Hardware and Lumber (H&L) Limited takes a group 'selfie' photo with his team after successfully participating in the 2018 staging of the Sagicor SIGMA Corporate Run. Team H&L came out in their numbers to support the Sigma 2018 beneficiaries; St Christopher's School for the Deaf and the Spanish Town Neonatal Unit.