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10,000 Trees for Haiti

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With support from our non-profit partners Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods (SOIL) and Trees, Water & People, Positive Legacy and Jam Cruise passengers led the charge in seeding 6,000 citrus trees, thus launching a 10,000 seedling nursery at SOIL’s rural compost site in Limonade, Haiti. Positive Legacy and Trees, Water & People have partnered to offset Jam Cruise passenger’s carbon footprint since Jam Cruise 6, a collaboration that has netted tens of thousands of trees planted and hundreds of clean cookstoves built.   JC10 represented the most ambitious carbon offsetting effort to date, as the establishment of this nursery will lead to a healthier environment, stable livelihoods, and increasing tree cover in Northern Haiti for years to come.

12,200 Shoes for Haiti

417044_10150645706519648_343291669647_8954708_420995577_nIn partnership with Soles4Souls and with contributions from One World Running, Nike and Jam Cruisers all over the country, Positive Legacy blew its most ambitious goal yet – of collecting 10,000 pairs of shoes for the people of Haiti, out of the water! More than 12,200 pairs of shoes plus 2,000 pairs of socks contributed by cruisers were collected. Our partners will be distributing them, one pair at a time, for months to come.   Special thanks to the cruisers who conducted drives in their own schools, workplaces and communities! Way to Leave a Positive Legacy one person at a time!

Extending Public Radio in Jamaica

FREEiRADIO 88.9FM is Falmouth Community Radio dedicated to connecting the Town of Falmouth’s community through unique, high quality music, performance and public affairs programming that informs, educates, entertains and inspires. FREEiRADIO is also a dynamic, educational resource, providing Ras Astor Black School for the Arts students with valuable, real world experience in radio and media operations.   Positive Legacy donated $1,000 to FREEiRADIO to assist them with an upgrade on their transmitter. The new 100w transmitter will push their signal further than their current 10w transmitter. With that, the communities outside the town will be informed, educated and entertained via FREEiRADIO.

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