Dancehall veteran Bounty Killer donated to a children’s home through his charitable organization called the Bounty Foundation. The artiste urged others to donate to the Maxfield Park Children’s Home, located in Kingston.
The home, which has been operating since 1918, received three barrels of clothing and a wheelchair from Bounty Killer today. The Warlord took to social media with a video showcasing his efforts to assist the home while thanking the donors which includes a nine-year-old in the caption.
“Today, the Bounty Foundation are making a small contribution of a wheelchair and three barrels of clothing items,” he explained. “Please help to support.” Mrs Palmer, the female who manages the home, expressed her gratitude to Bounty Killer for the behaviour of the institution.
The deejay was also seen speaking with the student who received the electric wheelchair. The male appeared happy and appreciative of his gift, which would allow him to be mobile on his own.
The home, which operates an early-childhood preschool and a school for children with special needs, is one of the private childcare facilities under the supervision of the CPFSA, an executive agency of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information.
Source: Bounty Killer Donates Wheel Chair and Barrels to Maxfield Park Children’s Home – Watch Videos – YARDHYPE
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