Buju Banton’s foundation receives US$5,000 donation from Audiomack

Audiomack has donated US$5,000 (J$737,000) to Buju Banton’s foundation to provide assistance to youth from underserved communities.

Reggae veteran Buju Banton

Rosemary Duncan, director of the foundation which provides skills training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth, said the donation will go a far way in supporting its efforts.

“Given the economic moment and its impact on individuals and organisations, the Buju Banton Foundation salutes Audiomack for opening its heart and hands to vulnerable boys. The donation will be invested in resources that will prepare them for a better and brighter future. We thank Audiomack for giving a helping hand,” Duncan said.

“Audiomack is not only about moving music forward but focused on helping to move forward the lives of those who are underserved.”

– Audiomack vice-president of marketing & brand strategy, Jason Johnson

Among its efforts, Buju’s charity has provided instruments and sporting equipment to Sunbeam Children’s Home, Mount Olivet Boys Home and Denham Town High School. 

For his part, Audiomack’s vice-president of marketing & brand strategy, Jason Johnson, explains, “Audiomack is not only about moving music forward but focused on helping to move forward the lives of those who are underserved.”

He continued, “We are excited to partner with Buju Banton and The Buju Banton Foundation to help provide resources to the boys so they can have an opportunity to excel at the highest level.”