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Sol Gives Back through its ‘One Community, One Goal’ Initiative

by: - June 25, 2020
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Supporting Charitable Food Banks and Charitable Organizations Across the Region

 

Dominica, June 25, 2020 –SOL EC LTD- DOMINICA (Sol), stands by its commitment to the community in which we operate, especially during this unprecedented time. As such, Sol has reached out to various food bank organisations in the community across the region who have been instrumental in helping the more vulnerable families and individuals to weather the COVID-19 pandemic through the provision of food items.

“Organisations like the Cathedral Feeding Program led by Fr. Nigel Karam, Fr. Branker John and their team, has been a true pillar in the community and we are proud to provide our support,” says Deborah Edward, Country Manager of Sol Dominica.

She goes on to say that “at Sol it is a part of our mandate to be a true friend of the community and to be a good corporate citizen in the environments where we all live, work and play, and this is especially true amidst COVID-19.”

The leading supplier of petroleum-based products and energy solutions in the region, Sol has championed various initiatives to support with contributions of over US$350,000 towards supporting essential workers and charitable food bank organizations.

Mrs. Edward reaffirmed the company’s commitment to the region, “We take our corporate responsibility seriously and are mindful of the vital role that our products and services play in the communities in which we operate. This is just our way of showing that we care and will continue to support those organisations helping others.”

 

 

The Sol Group of companies operates in 22 countries across the Eastern Caribbean, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Bermuda, Bahamas, Cayman, Belize, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Sol supplies fuels, lubricants, bitumen and LPG through an extensive service station network, with marine, aviation and commercial operations in the Caribbean.