BPTT is committed to supporting the national community as Trinidad and Tobago responds to COVID-19
Over 1,700 persons from Mayaro and environs will benefit from BP Trinidad and Tobago’s (bpTT) expansion of its coronavirus
(COVID-19) outreach initiatives to include the preparation and delivery of meals to persons during the month of June.
Students across Trinidad and the sister isle of Tobago have been given a technological edge through the distribution of laptops by energy company bp Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT).
Over 300 families across Tobago have received much needed relief through the food bank initiative implemented by BP Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT) at the Fairfield Complex in Scarborough on Saturday, May 30th.
This forms part of their ongoing response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis affecting the nation.
This initiative will allow the selected NGOs and CBOs to provide food, medication and other essential supplies to those who are unable to access the government’s social relief programmes, including the self-employed, single-parent homes, migrants, and residential homes providing shelter for the elderly, disabled or socially displaced. Emphasis will also be placed on establishing food banks during this period of uncertainty so that women and children, most often disproportionately affected by crises, can have faster access to these services.
Since 2010 BPTT and the Rose Foundation have worked together to provide skills development in at-risk communities through the Beyond Borders programme.
"All over our planet we are seeing tremendous acts of kindness in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are pulling together as a global community in a massive way to beat the health threat that has turned our world upside down."
Former bp CEO Bernard Looney
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