Guyana Committee of Services
Here are some snapshots of the winners from The Guyana Committee of Services' fun day which was well supported.
Thank you to everyone that helped make this event a success! Make sure that you continue to follow their page for updates on any upcoming events they have in store.
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Here's Mr. Rajan Tiwari to tell us why
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The Guyana Committee of Services was borne out of the need to assist Guyanese athletes in the pursuit
The GCOS continues to support sports in Guyana
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GSC, Barnwell assist national female cricketer Campbell - Kaieteur News The Guyana Committee of Services in collaboration with national cricketer Christopher Barnwell presented a cricket bat toSherica Campbell on Tuesday at GCC. Campbell is set to represent Berbice in the upcoming GCB senior female inter county tournament with an eye set on donning national colours once...
GCOS follow up with assistance to Mahendra Samaroo, dutiful husband and father of two, who fell off a scaffold while at work and needed surgery. Mahendra is scheduled to do a CT scan to be followed by a corrective surgery this month end and still needs more support. If anyone would like to help you can call 6815561.
Guyana Committe of Services Raffle Drawing and winners
Today The Guyana committee of Services in collaboration with Payless Variety Store made a presentation to two sixth graders am who excelled in the grade 6 examination, these two brilliant young Ladies are also Table tennis stars. The presentation was held at our national sports hall, and our hard working Generous members that were in attendance to assist with the presentation were Mr. Joseph Ramkumar, Lyndon Jones, Leslie Black , and Roger Hinds.
You guys remember Rockell Martin? UPDATE!
From a hopeless situation to a happy home owner
The Guyana Committee of Services have been championing the cause for Rockell Martin, a courageous young woman who came to us with an incredible and harrowing story. This mother of three has seen some very tough days.
Rockell went from a happily married woman to a single mother with debilitating health issues that left her unable to provide for her children. She lost her mother and aunt and was faced with the threat of being homeless.
The founding members of the GCOS heard her story and wereso moved with compassion that they volunteered to build her a home for her and her children. Now that project is completed and the committee members are about to hand over a beautiful home to Rockell and her children. However, we still are facing the issue of furnishing her home, so our next mission is to g*ther contributions to assist with this phase of the project.
We will be having a handing over ceremony on Saturday 1st October at 1888 Block VI Farm EBD at 3PM. We are inviting members of the public to be a part of this and also bring any donations towards the furnishing of the house at this time. You can also contact Rockel Martin directly on 612-2817 or Rochelle Christie on 652-2480.
We would like to thank all the persons and organizations and the Ministry of Housing who were also moved with compassion and contributed their time, materials and made monetary donations.
Guyana Comittee of Services Athletes Training Camp Meet.
Today we launched our raffle
Our reigning female 200m and 400m champion Real Alisha Fortune who represented Guyana at the world masters and medal in both events (silver and bronze). Congratulations on a job well done!! Keep putting Guyana on the globe. Continue to work hard.
I must also acknowledge Guyana’s VP for making the trip possible. Congratulations once again
An incredible story of love and courage,. Mother, a wife and Superhero in the making
The Guyana Committee of Services has embarked on another mission of compassion and charity. This effort is to help Mr. Mahindra Samaroo and his family. His family includes his wonderful wife Yashoda Basedeo and their two beautiful children – son Sachin 3 years old and daughter Ariana 2 years old. Mahindra Samaroo and his family hail from Bell West Canal Number 2.
Tragedy hit the family in March when Mr. Samaroo was working and fell off a scaffold some thirty feet above ground. He broke his back and then endured a painful surgery where steel was placed in his back. However, the surgery brought no relief because he is now bedridden, constantly in pain and facing various complications. We spoke to Mahindra's wife Yashoda who told us about all the difficulties that followed this tragedy. There are regular visits to the hospital for what seems like different complications every time.
Mrs. Samaroo had to take up the role of breadwinner and caretaker. It has been difficult, because now it seems like she has three children instead of two.
She lauded the government for their help when they gifted her, 15 bags of feed and one hundred and twenty chickens. She also credited a good friend she called Mr. Riddim flo who helped them finished their home. This simple, dedicated wife and mother’s dream is to be a nail technician and hairdresser, but her dreams are on hold for the moment.
Mrs. Samaroo went on to tell us what a good provider her husband was, while she stayed at home and took care of their children. She said, "He was a good carpenter and he worked for himself most of the times, but this time he didn't getting work and he went to work for this man and get hurt.”
We asked if she is receiving help from his employer. She told us that he used to give monies occasionally but recently she has not been able to reach him. When asked what she needs she selflessly told us that she needs help for her husband and their children. He wears diapers and so do the children. Even though they have a home it still needs to be furnished and many household items are needed. She asked for nothing for herself, even when asked how she copes with taking care of her gravely ill husband and two babies, while rearing chickens. She smiled and said, "I don't know, it's not easy but is me family and I have to do something.”
The Guyana Committee of Services, through Ms. Margaret Singh has made the first move with a small donation, but will embark on a mission to lift this family up as best as we possibly could. If anyone would like to donate to the Samaroo family please contact +592-681-5561. Only serious enquiries are needed in this situation. The family’s crisis is not a joke or spectacle and does not need any grandstanding or ridicule.
Guyana Committee of Services motto is " Help us, help others."
Grill Masters City Stars crowned GCOS anniversary softball champions The Guyana Committee of Services (GCOS), as part of its sixth anniversary, wrapped up its nationwide 11-a-side softball cricket competition last weekend, with Grill Masters City Stars emerging cham…
And the grillmasters city stars prevailed against them all!! The Guyana committee of services anniversary month of celebration ended in fine style , with the finals of our eleven aside softball cricket competition when the grillmasters city stars took on the speed boat players at the togetherness park, teams from all across this beautiful country participated in the competition , however, the four finalist were, our Champions the Grillmasters city Star from New Amsterdam Berbice, speedboat from the west side goed fortuin/veed-en-hoop, the Savannah star came from canal #2 , and Hydro pure came from the east coast, success area, we were proud to host this competition, to see Guyanese from all walks of life come together to be a part of Guyana's favourite pastime, and to our sponsors who made this possible,we thank you. To the proprietors of Payless Variety store, Vitality INC, Rockaway Roti Shop, Amanda's bridal and costume jewelry, Smart Choice variety store, and Team Sankar. Thank all for making this possible, to the many cricket fans who came out and cheered the teams on, thank you, not to forget Mr. Rajan Tiwari who worked tirelessly to make it all happen.
Big opportunity for Berbice
Come out, sip, play, eat, dance
The Guyana committee of services held their 5K athletics on Sunday afternoon in the national park, this event was in keeping with their month-long anniversary celebration activities. The well-attended event drew athletes from different athletic clubs and different counties across the country
The Guyana Committee of services Giving and giving back to the sport of Football in Bartica was yet another initiative by our very own business men. Carlos Prowell of La Vista Hotel and Apartment, Ravi of Ramdass Investment, Payless General Store, Lennox Cush of Star Party Line, Guyana Community of Service are the sponsors of training bibs for each Club in Bartica. Football cleats were also donated to Potaro Strikers FC. GCOS is on a Quest to promote and unify our country through sports, arts and entertainment,
The Guyana Committee of services kicked off their 6th-anniversary celebration with a church service of one of the founding members Mr. Clive Atwell. the church is just one of the many events the GCOS has planned for their anniversary month coming up in May, there will be a softball cricket competition, with great prizes and cash to be won, a tables tennis tournament, a day of athletics and even a free concert with some of our best local entertainers. the Guyana Committee of Service's aim is to bring. love, unity, peace and good tidings to every community in this beautiful country. please join us for these events as we celebrate. . keep watching this page for more details
This is Rockell Martin, a while ago we posted her heartbreaking story, since then the Guyana Committee of service has embarked on an unselfish project building a home for this young lady and her children, now we need help in completing this task, and since time is of the essence, your donations in any form will be welcomed. Please us at 6522480, for more on Rockell's story visit our page. Please help us help this remarkable young Mother
Another gold for Guyana 🇬🇾!
Anisha Gibbons throw a distance of 42.54 metres to win Guyana's second Gold at this year's CARIFTA Games.
The 17-year-old Gibbons also won Gold in the event in 2019 when she completed in the U17 Category!
It takes Guyana's tally now to four medals...two Gold, two silver!
Come on guyana!🇬🇾
Our Champion girl, Ms. Attoya Harvery. She won the gold in the girls under 17, 1500m. Congratulations Ms. Harvey
Guyanese coping medals at the Carifta Games. Congratulations to our Champions
Guyana Committee of Service supports CARIFTA Games athletes Kaieteur News – The Guyana Committee of Service has once again stepped up to be a benefactor for local sportsmen and women. Yesterday, two of its members, Leslie Blacks and Linden ‘Jumbie’ Jo…
Leslie Blacks, along with Lyndon Jumbie Jones of the Guyana Committee of Service made presentations to each of the CARIFTA Games athletes and Team Manager, Nadine Trotz before their departure today for Jamaica.
Malteenoes, Edghill boosted with GCOS generosity - Guyana Times The Guyana Committee of Services (GCOS) on Monday made several donations to the sport of table tennis. The Committee, which has made it its business to lend a helping hand to several sport disciplines across the country, was chiefly motivated by the electrifying competition over the weekend hosted b...
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GCOS raffle winners.
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November winners for the Guyana Committee of Services raffle
The second preliminary drawing of thr Raffle was done on 31st 0ctober NCN CH 11, next draw 28th November, congratulations to the 3 winners!
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