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Raquille Evans, Student, Mount Waddy Primary School, Friendship, Jamaica
MIC has made a change in my life, and that is why I believe in MIC. They gave us food, shirts and other things and that is why I will never forget them. I feel so happy and proud of them for giving us things that we want. I am saying thank you for everything that you have done for us.
Kellanie Kelly, Student, Mount Waddy Primary School, Friendship, Jamaica
MIC has made many changes in my life since it was launched on April 14, 2014. It gives me the courage and the ability to do much better than I usually did before. It has made me a better girl, and I have learned to do many more possible things.
August 15, 2016 Jamaica Observer: Helping Mount Waddy - Michael Folkes gives back to his community
April 13, 2016 The Cincinnati Herald: Michael A. Folkes’ life is more than rags-to-riches tale
August 6, 2015 WLWT-TV Cincinnati: Foundation donates school supplies to Envision Children program
August 5, 2015 WLWT-TV Cincinnati: Foundation helps Envision Children students gear up for school
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April 20, 2014: Successful US-based Jamaican gives back to his roots
It was a celebratory atmosphere at the Mount Waddy Primary School in Friendship, Moneague, St Ann last Monday, for the launch of the Melbourne and Michael Folkes Foundation, more popularly referred to as MIC (Mighty in Character).
The Foundation, which is expected to empower the children at the school, as well as community members, was launched by Michael Folkes in honour of his grandfather, Melbourne Folkes. Folkes said that he launched the foundation in order to share his success with people from his roots. Read full story