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Please join us in supporting the Issa Trust Foundation’s Share The Love campaign, now through February 13, 2020. Your donation will go towards impacting pediatric and neonatal health and education programs in Jamaica. We hope you’ll join us in showing and sharing your love for our beautiful island. FOR EVERY $50 DONATION, YOU’LL BE ENTERED TO WIN A SPA-INCLUSIVE GETAWAY FOR TWO AT COUPLES TOWER ISLE Here is how you enter to win:
  1. Go to https://bit.ly/2EVNmgA to donate $50.00
  2. Write in the comments “ Valentine” to be entered in the contest.
The spa-inclusive getaway for two at Couples Tower Isle includes:
  • A five-night stay in a Signature Oasis Spa Villa featuring a private sun terrace and personal plunge pool
  • Private in-villa check-in with dedicated spa concierge
  • Unlimited spa treatments
  • Private round-trip airport transfers from Montego Bay
  • A customized spa itinerary
Learn more about Couples Tower Isle: https://bit.ly/2t9KsSr (All bookings subject to availability. Certain blackout dates apply. Airfare not included).
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THANK YOU AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!
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As part of our ongoing fundraising efforts to provide life-saving resources to the people of Jamaica, we are hosting our biannual “For the Children” concert on Saturday, June 1, 2019, at Couples Sans Souci in Ocho Rios.  We are thrilled to be welcoming back the Issa Trust Foundation’s goodwill ambassadors, Air Supply, along with Third World.

The funds raised from the event will enable the Issa Trust Foundation to continue its work improving healthcare facilities throughout Jamaica, this year focusing specifically on the Annotto Bay and the Savanna La Mar Hospitals’ pediatric and neonatal wards.

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Taken from the Jamaica Observer

A total of 887 children received eye examinations over three days of free Vision Clinics in Westmoreland last month.

Of that number, 172 received glasses, a recent release from the Issa Trust Foundation said.

The foundation, the non-profit arm of Couples Resorts, in conjunction with the Lions of Michigan Vision Mission Team, held the clinics for students at Savanna-La-Mar Primary School from October 17-19, and provided comprehensive eye exams to test the health of each child’s eyes and whether they needed glasses to improve their vision.

The release said the glasses were provided by the Lions Club team free of cost.

The mission team consisted of four optometrists, two medical doctors, a licensed optician, and five volunteer technicians who assisted in vision testing and in fitting the glasses.

According to the foundation, all the glasses provided were previously used glasses that had been collected, sorted, cleaned, measured and shipped from the United States to Jamaica. The Lions Club team used a computer programme to search for the best glasses that they have in their supply, closest to the child’s prescription needs.

In addition to the students examined, the Issa Trust Foundation said a Vision Clinic was also held at Couples Swept Away for the adult staff of that hotel and Couples Negril, where 329 employees were seen and 220 received glasses.

Lions Clubs International is the largest service organisation in the world with 1.4 million male and female members from 210 countries, the release said.

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