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A Fundraiser for Project ROAR
Project ROAR: Calgary ReggaeFest’s school and community outreach project is called Project ROAR (Reach Out And Restore). ReggaeFest has adopted the Windsor Forest Primary School in Portland, Jamaica and has helped to develop a Resource Centre. The Resource Centre is used by the school as well as the entire Windsor Forest community.
Please help us to raise the funds needed to continue helping with the Resource Centre.
Rastagarians SHARE THE LOVE – If you have a fundraising idea please contact the Calgary Reggae Festival Society.
- Project ROAR is an ongoing project – Windsor Forest Primary is still in need of computers as well as tables and chairs for the resource centre.
- It’s never too early to start giving back. Find out how two of the youngest team members of Project ROAR have done just that with a little bit of help and a whole lot of heart. Read more in the Okotoks Western Wheel: May 30, 2012
- February 2012 – The Project ROAR team was in Jamaica to work on the resource centre
- Read about Project ROAR in The Jamaican Gleaner – November 2011
- Swerve Magazine writes about Project ROAR – May 2011.
- Project ROAR has started as two ReggaeFest team members travel to Portland, Jamaica and donate computers to the Windsor Forest Primary School. Click here and read the story in the Jamaican Gleaner.
- Project ROAR (Reach Out And Restore) launched: Calgary ReggaeFest partners withWindsor Forest Primary School in Portland, Jamaica to rehabilitate and modernize the school’s resource room/centre.