Scotiabank to provide boost for Salvation Army’s Kettle Launch 2014

A memento from last year's charity drive by the Salvation Army, in the front row at 2nd from right is B'town MP Lieut-Col. Jeffrey Bostic and at extreme right is David Noel - Managing Director for Scotiabank Caribbean East

A memento from last year’s charity drive by the Salvation Army, in the front row at 3rd from right is B’town MP Lieut-Col. Jeffrey Bostic and to the Col’s left is David Noel – Managing Director for Scotiabank Caribbean East

Scotiabank will be the major sponsor of this year’s Christmas Kettle Launch, this was just announced by Major Rosemarie Brown, Divisional Commander for The Salvation Army in Barbados & St. Lucia.

The Launch will take place at Jubilee Gardens on Thursday 20th November 2014 at 4:30 p.m. and will be supported once again by Massy United Insurance, Republic Bank, Barbados Light and Power, RBC Royal Bank, First Citizens Bank, CIBC First International Caribbean Bank and others.

The Launch will take place at Jubilee Gardens on Thursday 20th November 2014 at 4:30 p.m. and will be supported once again by Massy United Insurance, Republic Bank, Barbados Light and Power, RBC Royal Bank, First Citizens Bank, CIBC First International Caribbean Bank and others.

Participating in this Launch will be the Barbados Divisional Band and Timbrelists, Limelight Chorale, Sing Out Barbados and Sister Margarita Marshall.

Speakers will include Steve Blackett - Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development; Lieut.-Colonel Jeffrey Bostic - MP for the City of Bridgetown and Mr. David Noel, Managing Director of Scotiabank Caribbean East.

Speakers will include Steve Blackett – Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development; Lieut.-Colonel Jeffrey Bostic – MP for the City of Bridgetown and Mr. David Noel, Managing Director of Scotiabank Caribbean East.

The target for the Kettle Appeal this year is four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000).

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