NISE and Dial (Barbados) Inc. pledge support for Challenor School

Representatives of The National Initiative for Service Excellence (NISE) Inc. and Dial (Barbados) Inc. recently toured the Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre (CCATC) after the presentation of their donation for the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Highlighting NISE’s strengthened community outreach commitment which evolved out of the NISE 100 Improvements Upliftment Challenge, NISE CEO, Kim Tudor noted the organisation was heartened by corporate Barbados’ response to its Upliftment Challenge, highlighting Dial (Barbados) Inc. as one of the organisational champions in this regard. Along these lines, NISE and Dial (Barbados) Inc. were pleased to make their contribution to the CCATC, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary this year.

(L-R) Josephine Browne, Retail Sales Supervisor, Dial (Barbados) Inc., NISE CEO, Kim Tudor, Culinary Arts Student at the Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre’s Adult Training Facility, Desiree Hinds, Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre CEO, Sharonne Taitt and Tamara Yearwood, Customer Care Team Lead, Dial (Barbados) Inc. in front of the majestic staircase at the historic Canefield House during NISE and Dial (Barbados) Inc.’s donation presentation to the Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre for the Ice Bucket Challenge.

(L-R) Josephine Browne, Retail Sales Supervisor, Dial (Barbados) Inc., NISE CEO, Kim Tudor, Culinary Arts Student at the Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre’s Adult Training Facility, Desiree Hinds, Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre CEO, Sharonne Taitt and Tamara Yearwood, Customer Care Team Lead, Dial (Barbados) Inc. in front of the majestic staircase at the historic Canefield House during NISE and Dial (Barbados) Inc.’s donation presentation to the Challenor Creative Arts and Training Centre for the Ice Bucket Challenge.

During the tour, the officials from NISE and Dial (Barbados) Inc got an opportunity to see some of the academic, rehabilitative and vocational services provided, including products made under the Best Kept Hidden Treasures brand. Established in 2011, trainees, under the guidance of supervisory assistance create a number of items for sale including juices and jams.

NISE CEO, Kim Tudor also expressed her hope that corporate Barbados and members of the public would take the opportunity to visit the CCATC to see first-hand what is being done both at the academic and vocational level, noting that the centre provided a very important service for individuals with special needs.

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