Actress & Model Keturah Hamilton Gives Back to Needy Schools in Clarendon and Manchester, Jamaica.

cropped-ket2.jpgKeturah Hamilton Jamaican born US based model in partnership with Safiyya Sarkin, president and founder of Women Beyond Survival (a 501c3 non profit organization) will be embarking on a voluntary mission in Jamaica beginning on August 19-21, 2013. They will be donating much needed school supplies, age appropriate books and stationery to students of the Alexander Basic School, Porus High School and Rest Primary and Junior High School in Clarendon to ease the burden of their parents in this back-to-school period.

Safiyya (Marcia) Sarkin-Women Beyond Survival: As the Executive Director and Founder of WBS. She is known globally as “the Voice of the Voiceless.” She speaks for the rights of those who cannot, due to fear of reprisals. She fights for the rights of others especially the most marginalized, the women and the children.

Keturah Hamilton: Jamaica born model/actress and entrepreneur with a very big heart. She has graced the screen with her beauty in numerous TV shows in the USA like BET’s Rip The Runway, films and music videos with artist such as Beenie Man, Akon, Mary J Blige, Lady Saw, Sean Paul  to name a few..

d_blackJoining in this voluntary mission will be D-Black, Da Ghana Bwouy Multiple Award winning Ghanaina Afrobeats/ Hiphop artist. Mission Catwalk, Season 3’s winner, Theodore Elyett will also be involved in KHF’s and WB’S voluntary work.

Companies that have come aboard and have donated to Keturah Hamilton and WBS in support of the back -to-school project are Juici Patties, Coldfield Manufacturing Limited and Colgate Palmolive.

It is precisely the mission of supporting the growth of education that has made this team go beyond the extreme, and in their efforts with partnering organizations they will also join in aim to build a library called the Keturah Hamilton Library and an orphanage in one of these needy communities. Safiyya /WBS and Keturah/ KHF will be going to Chad in Africa in the near future to do capacity building, treatment and care, for HIV/ Aids in conflict settings.

theodore elyett


Jenny Garcia
MsMedia Public Relations



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