The TDC Group of Companies has once again given its corporate backing to the St. Kitts and Nevis Alzhemier’s Association, as it celebrates Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, in September.

The company ‘repainted’ its Home and Building Depot on the Frigate Bay Road in St. Kitts, in purple, the organisation’s signature colour, to make a strong statement in support of those persons who are affected by the progressive neurologic disorder.

Additionally, in honour of World Alzheimer’s Day, which is celebrated annually on 21st September, staff across all departments donned their purple uniforms in solidarity with the local organization to further increase public understanding of the disease.

In recent years, assistance has also come in the form of services through the donation of equipment and materials to conduct training, membership development activities, and community outreach programmes.

Picture – TDC Staff pose in their purple uniform in support of World Alzheimer’s Day


The public, and customers of the TDC Home and Building Depots in St. Kitts and Nevis will again get the opportunity to purchase a variety of fresh farm produce and ornamental plants at the stores Annual Farmers Market.

The mini marketplace will be open on Saturday 26th March 2022, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., at both locations on the Frigate Bay Road in Basseterre and Pinney’s Industrial Estate in Charlestown.

The activity forms part of the companies’ Farmers Appreciation Month initiative, which is specifically designed to recognize the farming fraternity for their continued efforts and contributions in ensuring food safety and security and reducing import substitution.

Complementing the outdoor activity is the on-going discount sale on lawn and garden supplies, such as seeds, fertilizer, pesticides, equipment, and inputs not for only bona fide farmers but to persons involved in various forms agriculture.

Over the four (4) week period, field representatives from the TDC Agro Divisions have been visiting and interacting with farmers, along with other persons involved in crop production to find ways to improve through which the company can better meet and serve their needs.

Picture – Customers purchasing fresh produce at the TDC Home and building Depot (St. Kitts) Farmers’ Market


For the month of March, farmers are being celebrated by the TDC Home and Building Depots for their contribution to agriculture, in St. Kitts and Nevis.

Over the four (4) week period, the retail stores are offering savings on tool, garden supplies, including mulch, fertilizers, pesticides, equipment, machinery, and inputs, among others.

This year, several farmers will be recognized for their efforts with the ‘Farmer of the Year’ Award, which is an in-store shoppers’ incentive launched in 2021, to help them acquire additional materials to better increase output.

To meet their varying needs, field representatives from the Lawn and Garden Centres have been visiting and interacting with the fraternity offering practical advice and solutions on how to improve production, while ensuring food safety and security.

Picture: Ras Bora of Gideon Farm in Old Road showing the progress of locally grown berries during a Farmers Field visit

 

 

 

 


While the month of February is traditionally known as the month of love, the TDC Home and Building Depots are using the month to encourage customers to get active.

Whether it be a simple walk, running, or eating well, the Get Active campaign is more than a sales promotion, offering savings on a wide variety of products, geared towards making the best choices for healthy living.

This year, the companies have partnered with the Health Promotion Units (HPU) in the Ministries of Health and the International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF) to organize a series of activities to help curb the increase in the number of non-communicable diseases and their impact, through screening, testing, and education, across the TDC Group and the wider Community.

The Get Active initiative started in 2021 to encourage customers and the public at large, to adopt and make healthier lifestyle choices that would lead to happier and more productive lives.


The TDC Group of Companies has been recognized for its contribution to the advancement of the agriculture sector in St. Kitts and Nevis.

The company received the Best Input Supplier Award in the Agricultural Division at the 2021 World Food Day Heroes Awards Ceremony organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Marine Resources, on Thursday 21st October 2021.

The award was presented to Mr. Iston Williams, Senior Manager of the TDC Home and Building Depot on St. Kitts by the Honourable Alexis Jeffers, Minister of Agriculture et al. The accolade recognizes, honours, and celebrates the company’s work in the field of Agriculture and Fisheries, and its contribution to food security, and helping to make the local food system more productive and sustainable.

The TDC Group through its Home and Building Depots continues to actively support a wide cross section of the farming community by providing agricultural inputs, training, technical assistance, and incentives during its annual Farmers Appreciation Sales Event in the month of March.

This year’s Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) World Food Day Awards was held under the theme, “Our Actions Are Our Future – Better Production, Better Nutrition, A Better Environment and A Better Life” and forms part of the activities organized to observe World Food Day.


The phrase ‘going pink’ is taken literally by the TDC Home and Building Depot on the Frigate Bay Road.

The store’s façade has been replaced with pink lighting at nights to show its corporate support for Breast Cancer Awareness, celebrated in the month of October.

Traditionally, the store hosts its annual Pinktober campaign, which features an in-store sales promotion and weekly free breast screening sessions for the public, in partnership with the Health fraternity.

This year, because of the COVID19 pandemic, the management team chose a unique, yet creative way to support the National effort and show solidarity by celebrating strength, survival, and advocacy for those affected by the disease.

Picture – A section of the TDC Home and Building Depot in St. Kitts façade lit in Pink