“A country only improves if each successive generation has a strong foundation and
supporting this initiative is a chance to directly impact a generation in a positive way” - David Mullings
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
Keystone Augusta, Florida-based holding company founded by David and Robert Mullings, has pledged support for Do Good Jamaica’s latest project, Crayons Count.
The Crayons Count initiative was the brainchild of Deika Morrison, founder of Do Good Jamaica, an online information portal for and about civil society organizations in Jamaica. This new initiative specifically focuses on placing learning kits in every early childhood learning center in Jamaica with the goal of helping to shape an entire generation.
“A country only improves if each successive generation has a strong foundation and supporting this initiative is a chance to directly impact a generation in a positive way” said David Mullings, a partner in Keystone Augusta.
Keystone Augusta and companies connected to it such as Random Media and Kaizen Interactive are supporting via cash and in-kind donations, including assistance from staff at no cost to the project to help make it a success.
Robert Mullings, a partner in Keystone Augusta, added that “it is important to give back to worthwhile causes whenever you have the opportunity and giving an entire generation a better foundation.”
Crayons Count is accepting cash donations and donations of items that make up the learning kits. For more information, visit http://www.dogoodjamaica.org/crayonscount.