Our Donors
The Scleroderma Care Foundation wishes to express our appreciation and gratitude for the generosity and support extended to us, by all of our donors to date, and the list keeps on growing. Your contributions have all been incredibly helpful and brought us that much closer to our stated goals and objectives. Thank you from all of us.

Corporate Donors and Contributors
Roytec: UWI School of Business and Applied Studies Limited (trading as ROYTEC) is governed by the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, as a private tertiary level education institution. ROYTEC was launched in 1987 by RBTT Bank Limited to meet the education and development needs of employees in the financial services sector. Roytec has been a faithful contributor and recent sponsor of the Unite Against Scleroderma event. Read more about Roytec here.

Agostini Marketing: Agostini Marketing is the group subsidiary which is involved in the distribution of construction materials and imaging and medical supplies. It also has a division which provides interior construction/contracting services. Read more about Agostini here.


National Lotteries Control Board:
The National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) was established on August 12th 1968 by an Act of Parliament to promote, organize and conduct National Lotteries. Since 2008, National Lotteries has contributed generously to keeping the Foundation doing, and we thank them deeply for their continued support of our goals and efforts. Learn more about the NLCB here.

MotorCity: Motorcity is a premeire graphic and tinting shop, located in Chaguanas. MotorCity has continued to be a supporter of the Foundation.

João Havelange Centre of Excellence: The Dr. João Havelange Centre of Excellence is dedicated to just that, excellence not solely in sport, but in life. The Centre is a flexible, multi-purpose facility capable of hosting a range of functions and events. For the past several years, the Centre has supported the Foundation in hosting its annual dinners for patients. Learn more about the Centre Of Excellence here.

EOG Resources (Trinidad) Limited:
EOG Resources, Inc. is one of the largest independent (non-integrated) crude oil and natural gas companies in the United States with proved reserves in the United States, Canada, Trinidad, the United Kingdom and China. EOG has contributed generously to keeping the Foundation doing over the past couple years, and we thank them deeply for their continued support of our goals and efforts. Learn more about the EOG Resources Limited here.

Other Corporate Donors & Contributors include;

Individual Donors & Contributors:
  • Mr. & Mrs. Darryl Roberts (National Footballer)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Wilton Blugh (Woodbrook Seventh Day Adventist Church)
  • Mrs. Cheryl Roberts
  • Mrs. Sandra Spence
  • Mr. Oswald Williams
  • Warrant Officer I, Neil Lezama (Trinidad & Tobago Defense Force)
  • Mr. Dion Ottley
  • Mrs. Loreen Patrick
 
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