Massy, a Trinidad and Tobago-owned company, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its operations in Guyana and as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the David Rose School for special children, Thomas Lands, Georgetown, benefitted from refurbishment works.
On Saturday, Massy’s Chairman, Deo Persaud and staff of the company volunteered their services in cleaning the compound and repainting the area where the children benefit from physical education and other outdoor activities.
Persaud said the company’s CSR policy is aimed at impacting projects and lending support where the need is seen. He also added that there will be a book drive where reading materials will be shared with the children.
The chairman also explained that the David Rose Special School, which was opened on May 8, 1968, is also celebrating its 50 years of existence.
The Neal and Massy Group is the single largest conglomerate in the Caribbean with interests in most of the English-speaking countries in the region.