Mustard Seed Communities began in 1978 in the impoverished community of Mona Common on the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica, as a home for a handful of abandoned and disabled children. Today we serve over 400 children, young adults, and families who belong to the most vulnerable groups in Jamaican society. The populations of our homes include children and young adults with disabilities, children affected by HIV/AIDS, and teen mothers along with their babies. MSC Jamaica also manages a number of community outreach programs to combat poverty and provide education to local populations.
"Every day is a new day filled with possibilities for Kimoya."
Enhance the vision of Mustard Seed by providing ongoing resources and services to enable them in this objective. We will bring a rare of hope for this Christmas season by providing the following:
- Brunch for over two hundred families of student
- Have Santa give away presence to students
- Upgrade needed facility need
Help us this Christmas season by bring a smile to a child in need by purchasing a package with #reggaespicebringasmile. With each package purchased under #reggaespicebringasmile, you will bring a smile to CHILD IN NEED. This offer will be run until December 23, 2020.