Donation of Medical Equipment to Noel Holmes Hospital with Proceeds from 2020 Annual Polo Charity Event The Chukka Foundation and Hanover Charities have continued their commitment to support their communities especially since the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, the organizations purchased much-needed medical equipment for the Noel Holmes Hospital in Lucea, Hanover. Thanks…
For the past year, the Chukka Foundation has partnered closely with other charitable organizations to secure the purchase of a PACS System for the Radiology Department at the Falmouth Hospital in Trelawny.
Helping to strengthen our social ties, the Chukka Foundation has endeavored to be socially responsible and to extend help to our staff and community as best possible.
Amcham Award 2020 AMCHAM Jamaica hosted their 10th Annual Business & Civic Leadership Awards at the Pegasus Hotel on Tuesday, January 28th2020.
The non-profit arm of Chukka Caribbean Adventures, The Chukka Foundation, recently partnered again with Hanover Charities, Lets Ltd and Neveast Supplies Ltd with providing back to school assistance to the children of the Pumpkin Bottom community in Hanover.
St. James Police Division Partnering with the Private Sector to Support the Salt Spring Community Children
The Chukka Foundation and Chukka Caribbean Adventures recently joined the initiative launched by the St. James Police Division to partner with corporate stakeholders to start a School Breakfast Feeding Program for the children of the challenging inner-city Salt Spring Community in St. James.
Hanover Hope Foundation and Hanover Charities Summer Campers Enjoy Day Outing at Chukka Montpelier, Hanover
The Chukka Montpelier team recently hosted a group of 65 students attending a summer camp at the newly opened Hopewell Sports and Community Center to their location in Hanover for a day of fun filled activities.
The Chukka Foundation and Hanover Charities were delighted to announce that their 10th Polo Charity Event, held this past February, was a record breaking success!
The Chukka team members made the painting of their community Police Stations a priority for their Labour Day projects this May. Jamaicans celebrate Labour Day by volunteering their time and energy towards the beautification and enhancement of communities. This National Holiday has been officially recognized in Jamaica since 1960.