As face-to-face classes resume in the BVI, telecommunications giant, Flow has partnered with Nagico Insurances and RoadTown Wholesale to donate back-to-school supplies to students at the Leonora Delville Primary School.
Flow reported that approximately 72 students were presented with COVID
-19 personal protective equipment, sanitisation, and school supplies.
“We believe that heart is something that we all share, and the donation is Flow’s way of reinforcing the importance of following the COVID
-19 protocols for sanitizing and social distancing as students return to school after a long period of remote learning,” Flow’s Communications Coordinator, Nadia James stated.
“We thank our partners Nagico Insurances and RoadTown Wholesale for their willingness to collaborate with us on this initiative as Flow continues to find innovative ways to effectively support the fight against the spread of the COVID
-19 virus which in turn helps to support and protect our schools throughout the territory and by facilitating a safe learning environment for our youth,” she added.
The principal and teachers of the institution appreciated the donation and look forward to a continued relationship with the telecoms company, Flow stated.