Giving back to the world
Sharing the Passion
Our staff join us and stay for a long time, they are encouraged to share our passion and they are involved too.
Anyone – staff, suppliers, customers can contact our Owner or a Board Member by Phone, Email or Face to Face – at Any Time
Motorbike rides for Charity in Miami.
Environmental Artwork competitions in Romford, UK
Word of Mouth, good news travels fast – we rely on our customers rather than PR to promote ourselves, the Islands are like very small village communities, everyone knows everyone else. Our Customers become our Friends.
Our Newest Campaign
Launch Date December 2010
Utilising our world wide abilities and touching the lives that touch us.
Kisses from Kestrel will be a new innovative way to reach out to the people that need help and do so on a global scale.
Are you a supplier that would like to send a Kiss?
Can we get a garment manufacturer in China to produce T-shirts for us to ship out to the islands for children to wear in hospital ? Will a shoe manufacturer let us have flip flops ? Can we donate an amount of money from each of your shipments and send it to Rainforest SOS?
Be Kissed by Kestrel and join us.
Contact Nicola Gilbert-Thorne click here ….
June 10, 2011: His Excellency the High Commissioner Garvin Nicholas received £10,000 (TT$110,000) on behalf of the Honourable Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar from Mr and Mrs Andy Thorne. This sum was donated to the Children's Life Fund.
The money was pledged to the Children’s Life Fund when the Honourable Prime Minister visited the United Kingdom in March 2011.
The Children's Life Fund was created to provide funding and critical support specifically for children needing life saving, tertiary-level health care services. This Fund was launched in August 2010 by the Honourable Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago who stated during her address to the UN General Assembly 2010: “It is our belief that children must not die in the dawn of life in my country - or in any other country - because they cannot afford health care. There must be new arrangements and relationships between countries that have advanced medical technology and those without so that children and vulnerable groups of the poorest nations can grow as healthy human beings and achieve their full potential. It is only when this is done that the world will progress. We have a duty to the future. It will be measured by how we fulfill our responsibilities today.”
His Excellency the High Commissioner Garvin Nicholas has reiterated the main goal of the Fund which is to provide access to life saving surgery abroad to children when that speciality is not available in Trinidad and Tobago.
Kestrel believes strongly in supporting the areas we ship to and Putting Something Back.
Free shipment of books to the World Land Trust in South America.
Cricket equipment to children.
New Football Strips to children in Grenada.
Free & at cost shipping to the Jason Roberts Foundation to give children a sporting chance in Grenada.
Clothing to Dominica.
A new lifeboat & life saving equipment shipped free of charge to Tortola.
Please contact Nicola Gilbert-Thorne – click here to discuss further