KINGSHILL ─ It is a merry Chistmas for all of the residents at Flambouyant Gardens this holiday season! Ocwen USVI Services LLC, brought several household items for all 58 Flambouyant Gardens residents on Wednesday.
Two executives of Ocwen USVI Services LLC hand delivered gift bags to each of the residents on Wednesday. Denise O’Sullivan and Vanessa Trivino-Rodriguez brought gift bags that included custom bed sheets, towels, wash cloths, and soap.
Lutheran Social Services has received a monumental amount of support from Ocwen over the years. Some of this support includes gift certificates to the families of the Early Head Start program and appliances, furniture, and electronics for the Queen Louise Home.
The non-bank mortgage servicer has also dedicated time to painting and restoring the children’s rooms for the cottages as well. The company gifted a brand-new Hoyer lift to the disabled children at the Sister Emma Cottage and have also given monetary donations to Lutheran Social Services in support of these programs.
Lutheran Social Services said it is “in awe of all of the support they have received from this outstanding organization as they really embody what it means to care for the vulnerable populations of the Virgin Islands. Thank you for bringing comfort to the Flambouyant seniors this Christmas!”
“We genuinely cherish our partnership with Ocwen! Thank you for always opening up your hearts to the people we serve,” Junia John-Straker, chief executive officer (CEO) of Lutheran Social Services of the VI.
Flambouyant Gardens has 56 subsidized apartments equipped to provide housing and supportive services for low-income seniors (62 years and older) in the Virgin Islands community. The program is a part of Lutheran Islands — the largest private child and family services agency in the U.S. Virgin Islands. LSSVI is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and an equal opportunity employer.”