Banfields’ gives back to community

Managing Director Michelle Gordon addressing GBSS students on GBSS Day

Last week, Keith M Banfield Co Ltd (Banfields’) extended sponsorship to 5 schools, supporting sport as an excellent way for youth development and personal growth. The schools also received first aid kits containing items from Banfields’ pharmaceutical division.

Managing Director Michelle Gordon, presented cheques and first aid kits to St George’s Anglican Senior School (Hindsey), Seventh Day Adventist Primary School, Anglican High School, Presentation Brothers College, and the company founder’s alma mater, the Grenada Boys Secondary School (GBSS). She said, “I think it’s important for a business to give back to its community and being surrounded by schools it seemed the obvious choice.”

Managing Director Michelle Gordon and Principal Dominic Jeremiah, Presentation Brothers College
Managing Director Michelle Gordon and Principal Ms Paris, Anglican High School
Managing Director Michelle Gordon and Principal Nigel de Gale of St George’s Anglican Senior School
Managing Director Michelle Gordon and Principal Mrs Noel, Seventh Day Adventist Primary School

The company’s patriach, Keith M Banfield was a GBSS old boy, and the presentation was made on GBSS day, this year celebrating 133 years of educating the country’s young men.

In 1971, Claire and Keith Banfield started Banfields’, wholesaling tin foods, alcoholic beverages, fabric and haberdashery. This year, its 47th year of business, the distribution centre at Tanteen Terrace boasts a varied range of product lines, from windows and doors, household and consumer products. Its new range of affordable over-the-counter (OTC) medicines provides daytime and night-time relief for children and adults from symptoms of flu, cough, cold and allergy.

Keith M Banfield – GBSS Cadet

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  1. Alison Thomson

    Support of “Sport” development in youth demonstrates your belief in the positive energy young people contribute to your community as a whole. Well done

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