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Treasure Beach and Vicinity

Treasure Beach is a series of small fishing villages along a string of bays: Great Bay, Calabash Bay, Frenchman’s Bay and Billy’s Bay. Until , fishermen built their canoes from hollowed out cotton trees and waterproofed the vessels by painting Read more


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Destinations

On the quiet side of Jamaica, St. Elizabeth boasts an incredibly diverse terrain. There are deserted beaches all along the southern coastline with picturesque fishing villages and small sandy coves hidden among the rocks. The Black River, Jamaica’s longest river, Read more


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Donations

Cotton Tree Toys For Kids accept donated toys for children of all ages. We ask that your toy donations are unwrapped, and that you please be cognizant of inappropriate items which could pose a danger to small children (i.e. items with Read more


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Treasure Beach and Vicinity

Treasure Beach is a series of small fishing villages along a string of bays: Great Bay, Calabash Bay, Frenchman’s Bay and Billy’s Bay. Until , fishermen built their canoes from hollowed out cotton trees and waterproofed the vessels by painting Read more


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Meet The Team

Denise A. Gomez (Lady D) Communications Director (New York) Her unique voice and dynamism heightened with grace, charm and poise describes Denise A. Gomez (a.k.a. Lady D) born in the nation’s capital, Kingston, Jamaica, and migrated to the rural parish Read more


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We Can Make It Happen

During these economically troubled times, we tend to focus on ourselves and forget the needs of others. Cotton Tree Toys For Kids has brought joy to the lives of children in need for 13 strong years. Your generous donation of Read more


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Who We Are

Cotton Tree Toys for Kids Organization is a Not-for-profit organization geared towards developing and inspiring values and attitudes of young children in Union, Balaclava, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, and neighboring communities. The organization is of the view that children from all Read more


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Why Cotton Tree?

In 1996, I launched my first Christmas treat for the children. It was well attended and highly appreciated by the residents. We provide an estimated four hundred (400) gifts to children each year. The organization is working towards the establishment of Read more

 
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