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Screen_Shot_2014-03-20_at_8.08.00_PMBelize Natural Energy Charitable Trust is an organization that is committed to the development of the Belizean people and their communities. The Trust provides funding to organizations, individual programs and projects that aim at the empowerment of the people and community. Since 2009, over six hundred million Belize dollars have been spent in the development of this country through educational infrastructure, student loans and Micro Enterprise projects. And today, BNE continued to give back to the community. This time, the proud recipients of the much needed assistance was the faculty and staff of Libertad Methodist Primary School in the Corozal District. Victor Castillo reports from Corozal.


Victor Castillo – Reporting


Last year the faculty and staff of Libertad Methodist Primary School saw the necessity of acquiring new furniture for the students of the school. With that in mind, the managing staff submitted a letter to Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust asking for the donation of 200 large arm chairs for the students. In October 2013, BNE Charitable Trust responded to the schools request, a starting point to make their pleas a reality.


Elodio Aragon Jr. – Trustee BNECT


“As a trustee I feel very good because I know the kind of work that we, that the Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust does, it has help many institutions countrywide and I know it goes a long way to developing the country, developing its people and improving the quality of life for many, many of our people who live within our society so I feel very good and proud to be a part of that and I look forward to continue working and ensuring that we continue to support the people of Belize. As you know BNE is in the business of assisting organizations especially educational institutions, today is a special day because we are able to assist the Libertad Methodist School with 200 chairs that were needed. They made their proposal to BNE we looked at it and at the end of the day we responded to their request and we are here today handing over 200 good arm chairs so that it goes a long way assisting, the student who will be comfortable in school at the same time assisting them to reach to their full potential whilst at school. This project costs a total of BZ$11,100.00 and all funded by BNE.”


When we spoke with Principal Marie Nunez, she shared with us her sentiments towards the donation.


Marie Nunez– Principal Libertad Methodist School


“We feel very happy about this donation as our children will be able to sit comfortable in their classrooms and therefore will be able to perform better in the school. For the past years we have been using some old furniture and now we have new ones which will be of beneficial to the children and for those who will be coming to school for the years to come.”


Victor Castillo– Reporter


“How many classes are benefiting from these chairs?”


Marie Nunez– Principal Libertad Methodist School


“Eight classes are benefiting from this new initiative from the Belize Natural Energy Charitable Trust.”


Throughout the ceremony, distinguish guests were entertained by a cultural dance performed by the students of the school. BNE Charitable Trust is presently conducting projects in the Villages of Caledonia and Douglas.

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