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The Jamaica Co-operative Credit history Union League’s (JCCUL) Group CEO Robin Levy palms over a symbolic cheque to Minister of Society, Gender, Leisure and Activity Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange. The cheque represents the JCCUL’s pledge of $4 million for the duration of the ‘Telethon Jamaica: Collectively We Stand’, a six-hour reside celebration staged on Easter Sunday, April twelve, to elevate money for the invest in of particular-security machines for well being workers and the safety forces caught up in the combat against the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘People Supporting People’ is the mantra of the Credit history Union Motion, and it was evidenced by the movement’s donation.