KFC Dominica announces the commencement of a partnership with the Be More Mentorship Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the positive development of Dominica’s young men and women. KFC will support the foundation as the Main Corporate Sponsor of signature programs benefitting Dominican youth.
The Be More Mentorship Foundation’s two signature programs are a Needs-Based Scholarship and a Mentorship Program. KFC will also support the Be Happy Project, which sponsors birthday celebrations for the children of Chances each month.
Marsha Augustine, Marketing Specialist at KFC Dominica, emphasized the importance of the new partnership.
“We are thrilled to support the Be More Mentorship Foundation in its mission to nurture and guide our youth. This partnership is a great opportunity to align ourselves with an organization that shares our values and our commitment to giving back to the community.”
KFC looks forward to collaborating with the foundation’s dedicated team of mentors – Kelshire Charles, Dwayne Bellot, John Williams, Phillip Alleyne, Dr. Barry Casimir, Dr. Kimone Joseph, Fredericka Alexander-Durand, and Kimberly Alleyne.
KFC Dominica has been a leading Quick Service Restaurant offering customers quality products and services since 2006. KFC continues to demonstrate good corporate citizenship by supporting both national and community projects throughout Dominica.
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