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Posted: Monday 20 March, 2023 at 9:49 AM

SPBS to serve up breakfast fundraiser after a two-year absenceĀ 

By: SPBS, Press Release

    BASSETERRE, ST KITTS 20 March, 2023: The Sandy Point Benevolent Society (SPBS) has activated plans for the return of its annual Breakfast Bash. In a recent flyer drop, the nonprofit organization based in New York, has shared the details of the event for Saturday April 8, 2023.


    This event is considered one of its major fundraisers which finances its scholarship and other social outreach activities that benefit young people in St. Kitts & Nevis. President Stewart Williams confirmed that this is the society’s first breakfast fund raiser since Covid. “We are excited to host our breakfast fundraiser after an unavoidable absence of a few years. Although our main intention is to raise funds for our activities, we also look forward to the interaction with our supporters who come out in their numbers each year,” he shared.


    Included on the menu for the event is saltfish and johnny cakes and other culinary delights of the islands. Much of the menu items are also prepared by well-wishers of the organization as their way of giving back to their land of birth. “We really rely on the benevolence of our people who prepare dishes as well as those who purchase tickets for the event, truly making it a huge network of winners,” Williams explained. He said he is looking forward to a strong show of support for the event which will be held at The Church of the Holy Nativity in Bronx, New York.


    Tickets for the fundraiser can be purchased from members of the society. The SPBS looks forward to the usual strong support from members of the diaspora and other persons who contribute to the success of this annual event.


    About SPBS
    Sandy Point Benevolent Society is a non-profit US Corporation, registered in the state of New York. Since its inception, the SPBS has made meaningful contributions – financial, material and talent to support students, staff and teachers of the Sandy Point High School. Now renamed Charles E Mills Secondary School, donations to the learning institution have included cash scholarship awards, science and computer equipment, PA system, intercom system, steel orchestra and more. 


    Over the years the organization has expanded its focus from just the school to any community in St Kitts & Nevis. Such support has included gifts to the Pogson Hospital and support of hurricane relief. Through its many philanthropic activities such as the Annual Awards Dinner and Ball, the SPBS has developed a number of scholarship awards to support the lifelong learning of citizens of St Kitts & Nevis.


    For more information, please contact:
    Laverne Caines
    PRO (Ag)
    Tel: 869 662 0909






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