Caribbean Fuel Conglomerate continues outreach to schools: Delta Petroleum remains committed to community enhancement

Delta Petroleum has once again demonstrated its commitment, dedication and willingness to support young people within the territory by its recent donations to yet another two schools.

The company headed by its Regional General Manager, Bevis Sylvester and accompanied by its Regional Organisational Manager, Ms. Chaunci Cline and Senior Accountant, Mr. Andrew Vasconcellos, made a donation of oranges to the students of the Leonora Delville Primary School situated in Cappon’s Bay, and presented a cheque along with twelve dictionaries to the Penn’s Learning Centre situated in East End.

Principal of the Leonora Delville Primary School, Perlette Fraser-Smith accepting her cheque from RGM Bevis Sylvester

Sylvester assured both institutions that he has plans to continue assisting with the educational development of the territories youth. He made a commitment that Delta Petroleum Caribbean Limited will seek ways in helping young people so to achieve their educational goals.

Mr. Bevis Sylvester speaking to students at Penn Learning Centre

This welcomed gestured was praised by Principal of the Leonora Delville Primary School, Perlette Fraser-Smith, who said that her school is very happy for the assistance and support rendered by Delta Petroleum. She also pointed out that the assistance would aid in the successful execution of her school’s sports day noting that the oranges would be used to revive students who are taking part in the annual athletics event.”

I am very thankful and grateful to Delta Petroleum and I must say that we welcome the support and assistance given by Delta Petroleum and it demonstrates the company’s commitment to the holistic development of the children of this territory,” she said.

Sylvester reassured the principal and the students that education and sports goes hand in hand, therefore, supporting their annual sports day is an initiative that his company sees as worthwhile. He urged the students to continue to give of their best and to have fun while remaining competitive.

Rosie George, Past Student receiving the dictionaries from Mr. Bevis Sylvester

Meanwhile, Penn’s Learning Centre was once again on the receiving end when they received a cheque to sponsor an additional student as well as 12 dictionaries from Delta Petroleum. The private learning institution benefitted from a similar gesture last year.

Mrs. Ketlene Penn was very elated over the donation to her school declaring that Delta Petroleum continues to demonstrate its corporate responsibilities in a professional manner. She expressed her thanks and gratitude to the company. Penn noted that Delta Petroleum truly gives back to the communities that it serves.

We plan to continue on our path of giving back to various institutions and organisations. Delta Petroleum believes in a helping hand in ensuring that we can assist in whatever way possible,” the Regional General Manager said.

Ms. Cline acknowledged the leadership of Ms. Penn, the parents, staff and students, who are connect as a community of hope and inspiration. She also spoke to students about how they are guaranteed a brighter future because of the support from the centre and the knowledge and skills they are developing as a result of the centre.

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