The Cecil Boswell Facey Foundation has since 1984 represented a unique fusion of a family and corporate social responsibility by the Facey family and the Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust Limited (Pan-Jam) respectively.

Pan-Jam’s former chairman, the late Honourable Maurice Facey created the Foundation in memory of his father Cecil Boswell Facey, a cornerstone of the Group of Companies.

Cecil was a man who believed that with every success, there was a duty to share same with those less fortunate. This belief filtered through to the very essence of Pan-Jam — Jamaica’s leading holding corporation — which has for over 50 years remained committed to making sustainable and fiscally responsible investments in economic and social projects in Jamaica.

In 1984, the C.B. Facey Foundation was launched to support early childhood education starting with Lalyce Grey Basic School, Orange Hall and Union Basic schools and primary schools in the Orange Hall and Walkerswood area of St. Ann, and Boys Town in Kingston. The Foundation supports local initiatives grounded in Education, the Arts and the Environment.


We envision a nation where all stakeholders are invested in the national developmental goals that ensure Jamaica becomes the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business.


We are on a mission to improve access and quality within the education sector and to ensure the preservation of our environmental and cultural treasures.