As a gesture to mark their one-year anniversary as Honda Distributors in the Caribbean, the management of Rose Ramdehol Auto Spares, in the presence of Amazon Warriors players, Shimron Hetmyer and Chris Green, made a sterling contribution of school supplies to the Shaheed Orphanage in Georgetown, yesterday.
Director of the company, Joshua Ramdehol, said they are delighted to fulfil their social responsibility and committed to continue doing so.
“Being a part of the private sector is part of our social responsibility to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity and fair option to access education and social services,” Ramdehol told the 30 or so children who gathered.
Meanwhile, Amazon Warriors players, Green and Hetmyer, who on Thursday evening played a critical hand in Warriors’ opening win against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, weighed in with words of encouragement to the children.
“The best piece of advice that I can give is just to keep enjoying life and smiling, and having fun with your friends… and even though times may be rough, keep enjoying the little moments on a daily basis,” the 24 – year old Green, an Australian said.
Rose Ramdehol Auto Spares will be providing tickets for the youngsters to view one of Warriors’ upcoming home games.