Jordan English wants to give more than food to St. Philip family

Katura Luke is a mother-of-six who has been struggling to “make ends meet” over the past three years. The 39-year-old unemployed mother suffers from kidney failure, asthma, diabetes, and has a hole in her heart. She has kept her head above water by collecting bottles and selling them at supermarket depots, but it has not been enough to provide for her four children who reside with her. 


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Jordan English wants to give more than food to St. Phillip family

The wooden-wall structure in Diamond Valley, St Philip, that Luke, her three-year-old, nine-year-old twins, and 17-year-old daughter have called home is in poor condition. The roof is on the verge of collapse. The house is packed with boxes of clothes, containers, and plastic bottles. Luke and her children sleep on sponge mattress beds.

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Influencer Jordan English helping those affected by COVID-19 shutdown

Twenty-three year old Barbadian creative, Jordan English took his platform on Instagram and offered not only entertainment but he came to the aid of families who have been left distraught due to the loss of jobs and incomes during this COVID-19 pandemic.

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Activist seeking help for five living in dire conditions

Urgent assistance is being sought for a 39-year-old woman living in squalor at Diamond Valley in St Philip while battling multiple severe medical conditions.

Katura Luke, a former geriatric nurse suffers with kidney failure, asthma, anemia, diabetes and a hole in her heart which have prevented her from working for more than a year.

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