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MAVADO SUPPORTS CHILDREN'S HOME

Posted: June 3, 2011
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"Let the children play" is Mavado’s gesture to the Maxfield Park Children's Home in Kingston 13.

The Gullyside deejay is expected to donate a jungle gym and slide to the home on Saturday. Vado tells Music News that he’s also donating beds and will be painting and cleaning the premises.

Music News understands that Mavado has already purchased the playground equipment which will be installed  this Saturday.

In 2007, Mavado launched the charity, Connect Jamaica, in a bid to ensure all schools have Internet access.

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