Over 60 employees from several Correct Craft companies traveled to Jamaica, on employee service trips.
In today’s tumultuous world, our daily news feeds are filled with reports of hurricanes, wildfires and other natural and unnatural disasters. In times like this, it’s important to showcase the good.
So, here’s a shoutout to those in the industry who go the distance for a good cause:
Two groups of employees from Correct Craft (and it’s subsidiaries) came together to help Naz Children’s Center, a school outside of Montego Bay in Jamaica.
During the trip, Correct Craft employees built and stained fences, pergolas, and picnic tables. They also completed other maintenance and repair projects.
The company also purchased and distributed food to needy families within the community. The Correct Craft team visited a 180-year-old Jamaican church to learn about the history and culture of the community. Additionally, they donated AV equipment for their services. The trip marked the eleventh year Correct Craft has taken employees to assist various communities around the world. Previous trips have been in Cambodia, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, and throughout Central America and the Caribbean.
Centurion and Supreme President Paul Singer attended his first Correct Craft trip this year. He says it was an honor to see the Correct Craft culture of “Making Life Better” in Jamacia. “I was thrilled that several of our employees from Centurion and Supreme participated,” he added.
“The Centurion and Supreme teams are very committed to our local community. But it was also exciting to serve the school in Montego Bay,” Singer said.
Nautique President Greg Meloon also joined the group in Jamaica. “The Nautique Team has embraced the culture of serving our community both locally and globally as part of our Nautique Cares initiative.” Meloon added, “Their willingness to volunteer on this summer’s project in Jamaica demonstrates the compassion and motivation at the heart of our team.”