Both care about the society and are actively playing their part in doing something about national development.
Angels of Love Jamaica is a children’s charity that the duo is not only affiliated with, but is a project that is very close to their hearts.
According to Tessanne, the aim of this non-profit, non-governmental organisation is to make life more comfortable by providing life-saving treatment, health care, education and supporting services for terminally ill children.
“We currently sponsor 11 children who are continuously in and out of hospital. We financially support them by alleviating their medical expenses, chemotherapy and x-rays,” she said.
While the thought of charity may be limited to the cost of tests and treatments, Chin also explained that the organisation also identifies and addresses other issues facing these families.
“If Bustamante is the only hospital for children, what about transportation costs?” she asked. With this being just one of the many hurdles, Angels of Love Jamaica also helps with travelling costs.
However, the organisation is not only focused on assisting the Bustamante Hospital for Children, as it is currently aiding the hospital in May Pen.
Members of the organisation also interact and provide entertainment for children who are admitted to the Bustamante Hospital for Children.
“We want to eventually branch out,” Chin stated, as she is motivated by the recent remission of cancer in one of the children.