Multicare Foundation



The full realisation of the potential of children and youth within communities served.


To promote activities leading to the healthy growth and development of the citizens of the Jamaican nation with primary focus on youth and community.


A Look into Multicare

The MultiCare Foundation (MCF) was established in April 1993 under the theme “Creating Hope, Empowering Many” and with endowments by: the ICD Group Limited, LIME [then Cable & Wireless Jamaica Limited] and the Caribbean Cement Company Limited. The Foundation was established with six schools and a commitment to youth and community development, particularly among students and young people from inner city areas of Kingston.  Today its core programmes in Sports, the Visual Arts and the Performing Arts are delivered in 31 schools from as far as Bull Bay in St. Andrew through Eastern, Western and Central Kingston to the Greater Portmore area in St. Catherine. 

Through structured activities in sports, the visual and the performing arts, The Foundation focuses on the building of character and the promotion of tolerance and good interpersonal relationships among children from diverse background and often-contentious communities.  The programmes are designed to inculcate discipline and responsibility, promote good physical, emotional and mental health development while providing the youngsters with opportunities to shine and achieve, building confidence and self-esteem. Ultimately, MultiCare aims to have these young people adopt a softer and gentler approach to living compared to those to which many of them are regularly exposed and promote positive lifestyle choices leading to the development of well-rounded and productive adults.


  • Skills development: enhance the lives of inner-city youth, the disabled and mentally ill and in-service teachers through the delivery of training and development programmes in sports, visual arts and the performing arts;
  • Character building: create opportunities through structured activities that inculcate pride and self-esteem; enabling youth to achieve and shine while also instilling positive values and attitudes.
  • Interpersonal skills development: To promote tolerance and good inter-personal relations among children from diverse backgrounds and often contentious communities.
  • Decision-making: To promote better lifestyle choices among inner-city youth.
  • Productive citizenship: To promote the development of well-rounded, productive citizens.


  • SERVICE – helping others to be their best selves
  • PASSION  loving who we are and what we do
  • INTEGRITY– being our word
  • INNOVATION – creating without boundaries
  • EXCELLENCE – exceptional by habit

Schools that have benefited 





Primary & Junior High/All Age




Denham Town Primary

Duhaney Park Primary

DuPont Primary

Franklin Town Primary

Harbour View Primary

Holy Family Primary

Holy Rosary Primary

St. Aloysius Primary

St. George’s Girls Primary

St. Jude’s Primary

St. Michael’s Primary

Tarrant Primary


Balcomb Dr. Primary & Jnr Hgh

Calabar Primary & Jnr High

Norman Gdns Primary & Jnr High

Whitfield Primary & Jnr High

Windward Rd Primary & Jnr High


Bull Bay All Age



Denham Town High

Donald Quarrie High

Dunoon Park Technical High

Haile Selassie High

Kingston High

Kingston Technical High


Ascot Primary

Belmont Park Primary

Greater Portmore Primary



Braeton Primary & Jnr High


Ascot High

Greater Portmore High

Waterford High