Raised To Date: $500.00'Deaf for a Day" 2015 ChallengeMarch 31, 2016$500.00
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Author Archives: Sheryl Teach Stark
I watched these lovely young people for a while today as they chatted and laughed away, and decided to snap a picture. This is quite rewarding to see such bonding between the hearing and the deaf, because that was one … Continue reading
The children and dorm parents, at the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf (CCCD), were excited about their new outfits and shoes. Really for them , it was like going shopping and it was a lot of fun watching each child’s excitement. Therefore, … Continue reading
Donate Used and New Children’s Books and Clothes Jamaica Deaf Education Project Inc. Who We Are? The mission of Jamaica Deaf Education Project Inc. is to educate and give hope to families affected by hearing impairment. Our vision is to seek … Continue reading
This time we went to Emancipation Square in Spanish Town…Jamaica’s old capital…for an educational tour. The boys were very interested in learning about where we as Jamaicans have come from. A very rewarding day! Just want to take the time … Continue reading
We went to Salt River to cool off from the summer heat. The boys had a great time! This was also a time for educating the community about deaf persons, they were very supportive.
Such a happy bunch! I spend time with these students in the classroom and man they are eager to learn and…teach. I learned a lot from them.
Roshane kept making shots after shots after shots! While Richard is looking handsome in his glasses.
…as we were recognized for volunteering at the CCCD, during the Class of 2012 graduation ceremony. We are blessed to have worked with some of the most wonderful teachers, students, work teams, and CCCD employees. An awesome experience!
Lolly received a medal, at the graduation today, for third place at the Health Day Sporting event. We are so proud of him and wish him well in all endeavors.