The initiative saw forty-one (41) persons benefiting from the programme in cleaning and medical therapy. The team extended their work beyond the Gordon Pen Community and visited the community of Gulf Heights and offered vibration therapy to an elderly woman diagnosed with acute arthritis. The project was established to assist persons in and around the community of Spanish Town. The cleaning and therapy for charity was the idea of Patrick Brown, the Therapy Health Clinic and Dr. Janice Palmer. This project was established to assist the less fortunate of the surroundings of Spanish Town, the association with Jamaica Soup Kitchen started in 2017.
The Jamaica Soup kitchen was founded by Kemaletta Campbell in 2017, which feeds over one hundred (100) homeless, mentally challenged and less fortunate citizens of Spanish Town every Friday evening. In recent times, they began feeding patients from the Spanish Town Infirmary. Many times, assisting with medications, doctors’ visits and cost for tests.