PLP celebrates two years by giving back
As we celebrate the second anniversary of our historic 2017 General Election, the Progressive Labour Party has joined with other community leaders to give back to our community.
Recognising that there are many families facing hardship, yesterday we took the opportunity to assist with the St Paul’s feeding programme, which provides those in need with hearty dinners on Wednesday evenings.
It is our fervent desire that the numbers using this programme will diminish as we continue the difficult work of getting Bermudians back to work and into gainful employment.
We are working diligently to ensure more opportunities are available for Bermudians, and while we know that for those in need, an extra day of unemployment is one too many, we are not deterred nor dissuaded from the task at hand.
We thank the voters of Bermuda for this awesome responsibility of governance. Two years into this term, we are making steady progress. We are ever grateful for your words of encouragement, and support!
— Damon Wade, Chairman
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