Help Jamaica's Children
As we begin preparing for our upcoming Jamaica mission, Children of Jamaica Outreach, Inc. (COJO) is seeking your assistance in helping us reach our goal of providing scholarships valued at US$25,000 to benefit deserving children who are wards of the state cover tuition for the 2018/19 academic year.
For over 24 years, COJO, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, based in NY has been assisting less fortunate in Jamaica achieve their full potential through education.
I’m aware we’re living in challenging economic times, however, we CANNOT afford to allow these deserving children who have performed exceptionally well despite their circumstances to be denied an opportunity for greatness and success.
Help us send these deserving children to University by making a small donation by August 30 toward our scholarship fund, launched to assist disadvantaged children cover tuition and books.
Remember, every little action counts so do your part in helping us reach our goal of $25,000. Your kind contribution of $10, $20, $50, $100 or $500 can go a far way in making a difference in the lives of these children.
We can’t do it alone and I am counting on you to reach out your community: co-workers, family members, neighbors and church or community groups by sharing and encouraging them to support.
As the popular Jamaican saying goes, “One One Coco Full Basket” so help us make a difference. No contribution is too small.
Please click on the link below to make your donation now.
Yours in service,
Hello Cindy-for more information on the work of COJO, you may visit our website at: www.cojokids.org
Hello Cindy, Thanks for the interest shown. The children are wards of the state and are under the care of the Child Development Agency(CDA) The scholarship recipients will be attending various tertiary institutions across the island.. Look forward to your support . Please feel free to share with your friends and family. Thanks/ Gary
Gary - where are they living? What school will they be going to ? I know JAM very well so more info is appreciated.