Sep 24, 2021 Sports
By Zaheer Mohamed
Kaieteur News – As part of their mutual responsibility, Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, Regal Stationery and Computer Centre, Florida Guyana Hope Inc. and Crabwood Creek breath of Hope and Relief have thrown their support behind a Corentyne family.
In an act of benevolence, the organisations have pooled their resources to erect a dwelling house for the family of 58 Section B, Bloomfield.
Chunilall Sonaroo, his wife Yankumarie Seenarine and their daughter, Gitanjali Sonaroo, a student of J. C. Chandisingh Secondary are the beneficiaries.
Secretary of the RHTYSC Hilbert Foster said the family had reached out him and without hesitation the club has decided to render assistance.
Foster stated that when he sought the backing from the other organisations they immediately decided make an input, and commended them for their goodwill. He stated that the family has also received financial support which has been deposited at Republic bank.
Foster, along with President of the Florida Guyana Hope Mohamed Yasin, executive member Raj Bharrat, Chief Executive Officer of the Regal Stationery and Computer Centre Mahendra Hardyal and Reshma Seepersaud of Crabwood Creek Breath of Hope and Relief, along with other members of the various organisations visited the family on Monday to confirm their assistance.
Yasin said they are happy to assist and lauded George Baijnauth, chairman of Guyana/Florida Hope, a sister non-profit organisation which is based in Upper Corentyne, for his efforts in coordinating such projects.
Yasin indicated that they will ensure the project is completed. “We are here to give back while he can so as to make life better,” he noted.
The Florida/Guyana Hope Incorporated is a nonprofit foundation, made up of Guyanese living in Florida, USA. The organisation was founded in December 2013 and has expanded tremendously in the short space of time.
The body is also actively involved in sports and takes part in softball cricket. They have also made several contributions to clubs locally.
Regal Stationery and Computer Centre, as they have done over the years, continues to assist Guyanese families with their kindheartedness and its CEO Hardyal has committed to provide a laptop to assist Gitanjali Sonaroo with her education, and to furnish the home for the family. “What are we living for if not to help each other,” he reverberated. Hardyal has also committed to undertake a similar venture in the Corentyne area.
Regal Stationery and Computer Centre and Regal Sports are the owners of the Regal Softball Cricket Franchise and they have won a number of titles both locally and overseas.
Rashma Seepersaud of Crabwood Creek breath of Hope and Relief said her body was established in 2019 and has since reached out to residents with various needs. She added that they are happy to be involved in the project.
Seenarine and her daughter Sonaroo are not in the best of health currently and Foster stated that due to the illness of the student, her education is being affected somewhat, and the club will play their part to aid in this area.
Raj Bharrat expressed gratitude to all those involved in helping to improve the lives of families in Guyana while Chunilall Sonaroo thanked all those engrossed in helping to better the standard of living of his family.
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