The Dominica Cooperative Societies League Limited (DCSLL) received a welcomed helping hand from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Credit Union (PCU), in the form of a substantial financial contribution, during to visit to Trinidad by DCSLL manager Phoenix Belfield.
Belfield met with PCU’s president Fitzroy Frederick and other members of his executive at the credit union’s Barataria headquarters, during which discussions were held on the impact of Hurricane Maria on the island of Dominica and on DCSLL members. During the meeting, Belfield shared that DCSLL’s focus at present is geared towards rebuilding the business sector in order to revitalize and mobilize employment of the citizens who are slowly recovering from the ravages of Hurricane Maria, which caused extensive destruction, especially on their daily livelihood.
He expressed his gratitude to the PCU for their contribution to their cause.
Frederick, meanwhile, who stated that the PCU’s contribution was representative of the true heart and mind of its members, was also in keeping with its mantra “People Helping People”, which the credit union continue to manifest on a regional level via its engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility.
“It’s not about the size of the wallet but the size of the heart,” Fitzroy said.
The contribution was made through the Dominica Revitalisation Fund, which is coordinated by the Central Finance Facility Cooperative Society of Trinidad & Tobago Limited (CFF).