Approved Charity Registration #CA100-182C

CUMI -  TRN: 001-530-585

News

Frank, Milena & Family return visit to Jamaica

Dear life changer,

 

We have now embarked upon a new and exciting life changing campaign, “ I Pledge To Give A Grandonation”. We invite companies, employees, families and friends to join us once again to assist in our ongoing mission to change the lives of the less fortunate. This is the perfect opportunity to make a personal impact on the lives of the less fortunate that would change their lives forever. This campaign is geared towards raising funds to construct houses for these individuals who are currently homeless or living in very deplorable conditions.

 

You can play your part by reaching out to all employees and members of your organization and encourage them to pledge to make a difference. For just $1000 per month, which breaks down to about JA $30 per day, you can help to provide a family in need of a new home. All is required is for the pledgee to commit to donate JA $1000 for a period of 3 months, 6 months, 9 months or 12 months. Donations can be made to our National Commercial Bank, St. Jago Branch Account Number: 471043885.  The funds accumulated will go directly  to the building of the homes for our needy brothers and sisters.

 

Each home is valued at US $7,200. We only ask that you help us to meet the target of half the amount per house which is US $3,600 and our Food For The Poor head office located in Florida will contribute the other 50 percent in order for us to begin construction of each house.

 

We would love to partner with you and your organization in this life changing event and would be elated if you allow us the opportunity to come in and speak with the members of your organization to share in the vision of our mission  “I Pledge To Give A Grandonation”.  You can confirm your appointment date to be either Wednesdays or Thursdays of each week at a time most convenient to you. We are looking forward to your eager participation as we work together in pledging to make a difference.

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     CUMI Come Run 2018

COMMITTEE FOR THE UPLIFTMENT OF THE MENTALLY ILL

 CUMI Rehabilitation Day Centre, 1 Rectory Drive Brandon Hill, P.O. Box 1751, Montego Bay #2,  St. James, Jamaica W.I

Tel: 876-952-8737 / Fax: 876-971-4943  / E-mail: cumi@cwjamaica.com

CUMI TRN: 001-530-585  / Approved Charity Registration #CA100-182C

Open Heart Clothes and Can Drive

Fundsraising for CUMI - Cultural Digest by the
The Association of  Future Psychologists (AFP)
of UWI Mona – Western Campus

Thank you!

Dear All,


CUMI extends a heartfelt Thank You to all our Participants and Sponsors.  Thank you for coming out and making the CUMI COME RUN such a success.


We have links to the photographs below and I hope that you can find that perfect action shot of yourself and your colleagues - You Rock!

 

Please feel free to download any photos you might like to keep. Please click on these links to access the photographs:

 

https://goo.gl/photos/FESvjURexwQuaBzj8      
https://goo.gl/photos/TWWeMcpoptSksRrX9

 

With kind regards on behalf of the CUMI Fundraising Team

Montego Bay Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Annual Awards Banquet

Joy Crooks receiving the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce & Industry .....Award – Community Contribution Life Time Award presented to the Committee for the Upliftment of the Mentally Ill 2015

Happy Birthday
CUMI On your 24th Anniversary

 

And for achieving a great milestone
May you continue to be a voice for the voiceless and a strong tower for those

who cannot defend themselves.

NOW OPEN

I would like to inform you that Zierlich Dialysis Unit is now opened. I am happy to show you around at your convenience.  Please find below information regarding the Company.

 

Zierlich is a UK registered company which has recently been established in the Montego Bay area Jamaica in a purpose built medical complex "GWEST Medical Centre" offering a wide range of medical services. Zierlich is managed by a group of health care professionals from the UK and Jamaica. Our company ethos is to provide the highest standard of patient care to our local and transient patients whilst incorporating increased flexibility and competitive pricing.

 

Zierlich is primely located 5 minutes from the cruise ship port and 10 minutes from Sangster’s international airport, the centre operates 3 sessions per day Monday through to Saturday. Zierlich has the capacity to dialyse 12 patients per session, including 1 infectious controlled bay, as part of our service continuity we have a standby dialysis machines in the event of a hardware failure during a session.

 

The centre is also equipped with a UPS and a back up generator in the event a power cut to avoid any service disruption to patients, we aim to offer a truly bespoke service to meet individual needs, we can also provide an exclusive VIP service which can be pre-arranged out of normal operating hours depending on availability - We also offer a personal pick up and drop of service, giving patients complete independence and a sense of freedom whilst in our care.

 

I have attached our company brochure and a few promotional leaflets for your perusal, please feel free to forward at will, should you wish we can schedule an onsite viewing of our operations and inspect our facilities at your convenience.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions regarding our service offerings, or wish to arrange including our international rates, packages and referral schemes.

 

Please visit www.zierlichdialysis.com / www.gwestcentre.com for further information on health services.

to Dr. Halstead and the students of the Universityof  St. Joseph, Connecticut, USA  has achieved theirfundraising goal, raising the amout of US $ 1,045.00 for the CUMI  trust fund.

 

From the CUMI Family

A big

Committee for the Upliftment of the Mentally Ill (CUMI) located at:
Isaac Dylan Drive (Rectory Drive),
Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica West Indies,
P.O. Box #1751, Montego Bay #2 P.O.

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