The DTR Foundation COVID Relief

Happy to announce that my DTR Foundation was able to reach back and donated care packages to my community in Jamaica to help them with cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. I am from a small undeserved community where any little assistance goes a far way. Please donate to the DTR Foundation so we can expand our efforts @


Jamaica’s brightest sons, Garold Hamilton, PE, LEED AP BD+C, CEng, MCIBSE, SASHE, CxA, MSc. BSc (Hons). Who would believe that a youngster hailing from the tough inner-city community of Shaolin, located between two cemeteries in Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland would rise to such prominence in the engineering field in one of the leading metropoles in the world, the United State of America? Garold’ s journey, as chronicled in Ghetto Youth’s Bible, provides a compelling account of how dedication, determination and discipline, can lead to positive outcomes despite one’s starting point in life.

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Our Mission

DTR Foundation is a broad-based community initiative that assists low-income children in Jamaica to help themselves complete their education and achieve economic self-sufficiency through sports. The DTR helps children to develop the self-esteem and self-worth to give them the building blocks for a positive life.
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We provide a US$2,000.00 scholarship to individuals who excel in sports, as well as academics. Scholarship recipients are nominated

The Ghetto Youths Bible Video Series

Ghetto Youths Bible is a series of inspiration and motivation videos directed at young people who are from impoverished background (Ghettos). The mission is to inspire individuals to make good decision and create a road map for a successful life.

Charity Groups donated JA$400,000.00
to the Sav Public hospital

Happy to announce that DTR Foundation and Cheersmate Lifestyle was able to donate JA$400,000.00 to the Savanna La Mar Hospital on february 11th, 2019. I want to thank all the patrons who have donated through the DTR Foundation website. Together we can achieve.

Garold Hamilton U-17 launched in Westmoreland

Former Member of Parliament (central Westmoreland), Roger Clarke and the Westmoreland Cooperative Credit Union donated approximately one million dollars to offset expenses associated with the Garold Hamilton Westmoreland Football Association U-17 competition. The announcement was made at the 3rd staging of the competition.


The Foundation also contributes to the uplifting of the community by giving scholarships to students from low-income families. We provide a US$2,000.00 scholarship to individuals who excel in sports, as well as academics. Scholarship recipients are nominated by the soccer coaches, and then selected by the executive members of the Foundation. We need your help to provide additional scholarships to these deserving students. Many recipients rely on these funds to complete their secondary education.

This is the 2016 finals. Garold Hamilton presenting M.V.P. trophy.

As tension mounted, both goalkeepers each saved one of the mandatory five strikes as the teams ended that segment level on four goals. But Petersfield's custodian, Anthony Hamilton, went one better by saving the first penalty in the sudden-death alternate kicks to hand his team the title. "The players put in the necessary work and dedication to achieve this victory," noted Coach Keeble Patrick. For the victory, Peterfield collected JA$60,000.00 and the championship trophy, while Race Course earned JA$40,000.00 for second spot, while Chantilly Forever carried off JA$30,000.00 and Negril FC pocketed JA$20,000.00

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