ANSA McAL TRADING LTD reiterated its commitment to assisting, promoting and developing sports, culture and the well-being of children and the less fortunate when it continued its civic and corporate duty during the year 2010. This resulted in numerous schools, religious and charitable organizations, sports entities and persons benefitting from donations and sponsorships.
AMTL’s Marketing Asst. Anjeta Hinds hands over banner, t-shirts and bandanas to the Head Teachers of the South Riumveldt Park Primary School. 2010 was the first year that Smalta sponsored this school allowing its children to participate Mashramani 2010.
Managing Director of ANSA McAL, Beverley Harper (second right) presents the winning cheque to Albouystown-Charlestown players Rodwell Fortune, Nico Fraser and Dellon Howard as Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association president Trevor Rose (right) looks on.
This is the first year that Mackeson sponsored this event as such it was named the Mackeson National Super Ward Basketball Championships.
Second from left, AMTL’s Managing Director, Ms. Beverley Harper congratulates Orlando ‘Bonesman’ Johashen (centre) who cropped the crown at the Carib Soca Monarch Finals 2010. Also in picture are the other top finalists and officials.
Carib Soca Monarch reached its seventh year in 2010 and Ms. Harper stated that AMTL will continue with the competition because “a lack of music and culture in a country makes it poorer.”
University of Guyana’s Vice Chancellor, Lawrence Carrington, receives the donation from AMTL’s Public Relations Officer, Darshanie Yussuf.
AMTL as part of its initiative to promote Guyana “going green” has donated to the University of Guyana Pamela Bourne’s UG Environmental Enhancement Project– Donate a Tree.
University of Guyana’s Vice-Chancellor, Lawrence Carrington, said, “I would like to express our gratitude to ANSA McAl. We see it as an important beginning for our relationship and we are looking forward to partnering with you again on other “green ideas”.
Dr. Anthony N. Sabga congratulates Mr. Sydney Allicock on winning the Caribbean Awards for Excellence 2010. A reception in honour of 2010 Laureate in Public & Civic Contributions, Mr Sydney Allicock was hosted on August 27 in Georgetown.
Chairman of the ANSA McAL Foundation and Patron of the Anthony Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence, Dr. Anthony Sabga said Allicock was chosen for the award because of his exemplary work in environment conservation, protecting the interests of the indigenous people and for creating a model of development which allows communities, government and businesses to participate in meaningful national growth.
AMTL’s Consumer Goods Manager, Marco Kreuter presented hampers to a happy mother of triplets. This is the 11th year that AMTL has been honouring mothers who give birth on Mother’s Day, Christmas and New Years Day.
AMTL’s MD, Beverley Harper congratulated RHTYSC Cricketer of the Year Jason Sinclair (right) on his outstanding achievement.
MIDDLE-order batsman Jason Sinclair was on Sunday named the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club’s (RHTY&SC) Player-of-the-Year when that organisation hosted its 21st Annual Awards ceremony at the J. C Chandisingh Secondary School in Rose Hall Town, Berbice.
AMTL’s Marketing Director, Troy Cadogan hands over the Kashif & Shanghai Champion Trophy to Alpha’s United Captain, Howard Lowe surrounded by his team mates.
This is the first year that Mackeson and Stag were on board with the K & S Tournament which was in its 21st year. Thanks to AMTL’s sponsorship the 21st year of K & S may be the biggest football tournament ever held in Guyana with approximately 30,000 people in attendance.
President of the East Coast Cricket Board, Bissoondial Singh receives sponsorship cheque from AMTL’s PRO, Darshanie Yussuf. In 2010, young cricketers from across the country competed in the Carib National Softball Cricket Tournament for the second year.
Marketing Asst. Colin Baptiste having an interactive session with students of Richard Ishmael Primary School.
AMTL’s Marketing Asst. Colin Baptiste and Public Relations Officer, Darshanie Yussuf targeted schools around Georgetown with its “School Programme”. The programme helps to inform students about the importance of proper hygiene and changes during puberty. Nearly 1000 students participated in these sessions and at the end they were presented with a range of Proctor & Gamble products.
Other sport entities that received sponsorship from AMTL through its various brands included the Guyana Squash Association, the East Demerara Football Association and the Guyana National Karate Team.
AMTL once again continued to support the development of culture in Guyana when it participated in Guyana’s biggest cultural event, Mashramani. The Carib Band comprising of 150 strong and a Mak-C Band of 40 children were seen “mashing” through the streets of Georgetown to the delight of thousands that lined the streets to get a look of the colourful bands.
Berbice, Linden and Mahdia also received sponsorship from AMTL as they celebrated Guyana’s Republic Anniversary.
AMTL became a bronze member of the Theater Guild, Guyana’s founding place for drama and dance.
AMTL continued its efforts to assist the less fortunate as it donated food hampers and Trin Chloro Bleach to the homes for the orphaned and elderly throughout Guyana as well as the (GSPCA) Guyana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Guyana Red Cross.
As per tradition, AMTL increased its day-to-day budget for December to ensure that charitable organizations, schools and feeding programmes for the elderly, children and the needy receive donations to make the holiday season an enjoyable one.
In concluding, the sponsorships/assistances highlighted above are only some of the major activities that ANSA McAL TRADING LTD sponsors or donate to; in addition there are numerous organizations and programmes which benefit from smaller grants. Day-to-day donations such as beverages or hampers are done on a regular basis to help fund-raising in communities, schools and churches.