Tuesday, January 16, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmiO-tGKUac Live Well Jamaica recognises Ricardo Burke as our Unsung Hero for January 2017. Ricardo is the managing director for Yutes 4 Change Foundation, a youth organisation based in Gregory Park, Portmore. He rises early every school morning to prepare breakfast...

https://youtu.be/9s9Qar7sepc We are proud to announce Senior Lecturer at Excelsior Community College, Sandra Richards as Livewellja.com's Unsung Heroine for September 2017. She was nominated by Ricardo Burke who explained that Ms. Richards was the main person who ensured he got...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtHAtm-xpIw&feature=youtu.be She's possibly one of the eldest volunteers in Jamaica. Miss Yvonne Nelson has been volunteering with the Jamaica Red Cross since 1989. We proudly recognize this Jamaican gem who is currently the Chairman for the Jamaica Red Cross KSAB...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScESY9oBDkI&feature=youtu.be Meet Gregory Hamilton, Secretary of the Yutes4Change Foundation who provides free social services to underserved school children in Gregory Park, Portmore, St. Catherine at the Yutes4Change Homework and Integrity Centre. Learn why he dedicates most of his time at the...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSp9RlGrgiM&feature=youtu.be We visited the community of Olympic Gardens, Kingston 11 to hand over a prize package to Live Well Jamaica's Unsung Heroine for February 2017- Karlene Mills-Barrett. In January 2017, Karlene was commissioned as Justice of the Peace for Kingston and...

They are ordinary Jamaicans who are doing extraordinary things without expecting a reward – they may be members and leaders of community-based organisations like Ricardo Burke, Managing Director of the Yutes4Change Foundation who spearheads a breakfast programme for school children...

https://youtu.be/vwz-HDJ7lFA Live Well Jamaica awarded our 10th and 11th Unsung Heroes for 2017 - Police Corporal, Christopher Charley & Justice of the Peace for St. Andrew, Jacinth Baker. Congratulations! Special thanks to our video editor and director, Sacchoy Taylor and our...

TALKS WITH TESS

I think it is time we remove the labels placed on beauty.  Jamaican women are beautiful because of our differences. The Caribbean has always been...