COJO In The News

New York based Jamaican Charity Children Of Jamaica Outreach (COJO) host Annual Scholarship Gala on World Aids Day

Jamaica AIDS Support For Life Annual Drive “Project Smiles” Among This Year’s Beneficiaries ... Read more


NY-based charity awards scholarships to local institutions

The Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), a New York-based Jamaican charity, has this year awarded four scholarships to local institutions - two each to the Alpha Boys' Home and the City of Refuge Home... Read more


COJO Makes Scholarship Donation To Alpha Boys Home

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – June 6, 2007- Mr. Gary Williams, Chairman/Founder of Children of Jamaica Outreach, (COJO) Inc. (left) and Althea Knight, COJO Executive congratulate Edney Samuels ... Read more


Air Jamaica and Patrick Ewing Join Forces to support Children of Jamaica Outreach

KINGSTON - May 25, 2007 - A four-member delegation from the New York based Jamaican charity, Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO) inc. will visit Jamaica from May 29 - June 1 as ... Read more


12th Annual Charity Ball at the Crowne Plaza

NEW YORK, NY – February 21, 2007- Hon. Robert Pickersgill, senior Jamaican government minister (left) congratulates Gary Williams, Chairman/Founder of Children of Jamaica Outreach, ... Read more


Place of Safety for Boys Receives Computers

The St. Augustine's Place of Safety for Boys, in Chapelton, Clarendon, has received computers, toiletries, basketballs, and articles of clothing, from Children ... Read more


Musgrave Girls’ Home Gets Kitchen & School Supplies (Kingston)

The Musgrave Girls’ Home has been presented with kitchen and school supplies including four computers, a laser jet printer, a refrigerator and deep freeze as well as ... Read more


Physically Challenged Children Get Wheelchairs From COJO

Nine wheelchairs have been donated to the physically challenged children at the Glenhope Nursery in Kingston by Children of Jamaica Outreach, Inc. (COJO), a non –governmental ... Read more


Pub. 08 Dec. 2005, North American Gleaner, Page 20 - COJO making a difference to US

Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to help improve the health, education and general well-being of under served children in the United States and Jamaica...Read more


Pub. 12 Nov. 2001, Daily Star, Page 04 - J'cans abroad reach out to children's home

The Glenhope Place of Safety in Kingston has received a generous donation from Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), a non-governmental organisation based in the United States.... Read more


Pub. 07 April 2000, Daily Gleaner, Page A11 - Library for Glenhope Place of Safety

MINISTER OF Health, John Junor and Winston Bowen, director of Children Services on Wednesday broke ground for the construction of a library at the Glenhope Place of Safety, in Kingston... Read more


Pub. 31 Mar. 2000, Daily Gleaner, Page A12 - Children of Jamaica Outreach to break ground

CHILDREN of Jamaica Out-reach (COJO) from New York will be breaking ground to build a library at the Glenhope Nursery on Tuesday, April 3.The group will also make a presentation of wheelchairs and a cash donation of US$11,000... Read more


Pub. 25 Jan. 1999, Daily Star, Page 03 - COJO Donates Nine Wheelchairs to Glenhope Nursery

Nine wheelchairs have been donated to the physically challenged children at the Glenhope Nursery in Kingston by the Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), a non- governmental organisation in the United States...Read more


Pub. 25 Jan. 1999, Daily Gleaner, Page B08 - Glenhope Nursery gets wheelchairs, money

Nine wheelchairs have been donated to the physically challenged children at the Glenhope Nursery in Kingston by Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), a non-governmental organisation in the United States.... Read more


Pub. 09 Jan. 1998, Weekend Star, Page 09 - COJO Donates to the Marigold Children's Home

Gary Williams, a Jamaican living in the United States for the past nine years handed over a cheque for US$7,035 to the Marigold Children's Home. Mr. Williams interacts with some of the children who will benefit from his donation... Read more


Pub. 09 Jan. 1998, Daily Gleaner, Page C03 - J'cans abroad remember Marigold Child Care centre

For every ray of sunshine, a blade of grass grows.

The children at the Marigold Child Care Centre, on Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston were beaming Tuesday morning as a group of concerned individuals came calling with gifts... Read more



 

 

 

 

 

 

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