Earlier this year, Bubble, a JAYE Company run by 6 Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary students participated in the Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Company Programme, and promised to donate part of its profits to The Inspire Foundation. The team was made up of Francesca Gauci – Managing Director, Martha Vassallo – Company Secretary, Davinia Agius – Sales Director, Michaela Muscat – Marketing Director, Francesca Zammit – Finance Director, Claudio Stewart – Quality Director.

Whilst the programme has now come to an end, the company celebrated its success by donating €200 to The Inspire Foundation. Bubble, a JAYE Company, placed 2nd runner up and the Best Quality System award, after successfully manufacturing, marketing and selling personalised handmade greeting cards which had a technological twist – a recording chip that allows customers to record a personalised message by simply pressing a button.

“Inspire is constantly working towards more inclusion of children and adults with disabilities, both in educational environments and at the place of work. But none of our work would be possible without the generous donations of individuals and companies such as this one. It is very encouraging when young people such as the Bubble a JAYE Company team recognise our work and show their appreciation in this way,” said Claire Galea – Fundraising Manager at Inspire.

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Martha Vassallo, Claire Galea (Inspire), Francesca Zammit, Davinia Agius, Elaine Vella Magri Demajo