Local entertainers Damian Marvay and Kirk Browne brought some Christmas cheer to shoppers at Massy Warrens today as they supported the Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Drive.
The annual fundraiser is held to assist those in need during the festive season.
Armed with bells and kettles, the duo gave impromptu performances of Christmas favourites for passers-by. Marvay also performed this year’s Crop Over hit “Know the Face” for one fan via video call.
Browne, meanwhile, urged the season’s shoppers to make a donation.
“Once you have the time to support, it takes nothing to give a $2 or $5…volume is what we need and support,” Browne said.
Representative of Salvation Army Peter Humphrey encouraged Barbarians to support those in need, especially during this season of giving.
“A lot of families in Barbados are coming to us for assistance and it’s out of these funds that we try to see what we can do,” Humphrey said.
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