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Cornerstone Collaborative

An Innovative

Socio-Economic Community Ecosystem

Eliminating Poverty & Violence

through Networked Community Development






Family Resources

This e​ffort provides shoes, gently used uniforms, clothing, hygiene supplies, school supplies and more to children and families in need.

Housing Initiative

Through construction and renovation this program aims to assist those who live in dilapidated and inhabitable homes and offer long term sustainable housing solutions. 

Community Food

Aims to feed the indigent and to provide and  cater to young, middle-aged, and elderly. Canned items and non-perishable dry foods such as rice, beans, macaroni, and flour can be donated. 

HeavenSent Foundation delivering groceries to community members in need.


This house is home to a family of four living in rural St. Ann. Due to the pandemic Mr. Williamson is unable to find work and Ms. Betton stays home to care for the couple's two children. They have no access to running water or sewage, and no electricity. The family is unable to engage in remote learning or employment as they have no access to internet. When rain falls, their home does not provide shelter; the mattress and bedding become wet, as does the dirt floor. One hundred percent of your donation to the Housing Initiative in any amount will go to support the Williamson and Betton family who are in need of our help. 

Our Team

Angela Whyne

Co-Founder and Director

Ms. Angela Whyne has been a preparatory school teacher for over 30 years. She has helped various members of the community and has been a part of the Junior Optimist Club at her school for years. Ms. Whyne created a CARE program to help people struggling in her church and in her local community of Ocho Rios.

Sharmeel Williams


Ms. Sharmeel Williams is the CEO of Grand Connection Investments and Company Limited. She has volunteered at Lunch Break which is a local food pantry in Red Bank, New Jersey. She has also volunteered at the Red Bank Methodist Church and the Hope Institute Hospital.

Alejandra Williams


Ms. Alejandra Williams has been an educator for over 7 years at Browns Town Community College, York Castle High School, and Steer Town Academy. She is also a Performing Arts instructor for youth at her local church in Jamaica.

We are committed to the immediate and long-term needs of communities in Jamaica.

"You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you."

The year 2020 was a year that produced uncountable hurdles that many, to this point, have not surmounted. Moreover, many were stripped of their jobs, financial security, access to learning tools, as well as basic amenities for survival. With this in mind, the founders of HeavenSent Foundation have risen to the occasion to be a beacon of light to the indigent. We have decided to use the rising needs of our Jamaican brothers and sisters as fuel to bring healing and hope to 'Jamaica land

we love'

With set goals and clear objectives to live each day uplifting a fainted soul at a time, we are seeking contributions. We are limited in our own efforts and capital to assist the magnitude of people who are challenged, however, together and through Cornerstone Collaborative Jamaica, we can.

Together we will build the broken. Together we will feed a community at a time. Together we will clothe a country. Together we will transform a nation. Together we will unlock doors of opportunities that have been closed. Please help us to help others. 

Donations can be dropped of in Kingston:

Building A, Aqueduct Flat

UWI Mona Campus

Kingston 7

Phone: 876-567-5351