June 20, 2021

Supporting education

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Supporting education in developing communities OECS Commission donates school supplies and backpacks to Adopted School Monday, September 3, 2018 — In preparation for the new school year, a delegation from the OECS Commission visited the Des Barras Combined School in Babonneau, Saint Lucia to deliver school supplies and backpacks donated through staff contributions. The Des […]

Stuff the Bus expands reach beyond Grand Cayman

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As a new school year kicks off in Cayman, Caribbean Alliance Insurance and Hurley’s Media with the support of Whittaker’s Transportation are proud to announce that this year’s Stuff the Bus School Supply Donation drive was a success. The three week long community donation drive secured 12,384 school supplies. All of which have been distributed […]

‘Thank you, Twinings!

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By Miriam Karmali, FromFreedom United Thank you, Twinings! They are the second company to listen to Traidcraft Exchange’s campaign calling on tea brands to reveal where their tea comes from and have now published a full list of their tea suppliers in Assam. Just four more to go! Act now to send tea companies a […]

Caribbean Lottery funds rebuilding Youth Council Assoc. computer lab

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From Daily Herald St Maarten The opening was postponed last year after the passage of Hurricane Irma on September 7. While the Youth Community Centre itself remained operational after Hurricane Irma, the computer lab was damaged. The window blew in. The roof was intact, but all the fixtures and furnishings were damaged by the wind […]

Cayman Islands Red Cross launches new fund raising Shelter from the Storm

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Last  Thursday 18th July, the Cayman Islands Red Cross (CIRC) launched Shelter from the Storm, a national fundraising campaign seeking financial support from the community to assist with renovations to the Red Cross headquarters building. The CIRC building is a vital community resource and is in urgent need of modernisation and overall improvements so it […]

Cayman Islands police receives donation of mobile phones for Community Officers, adds additional officers to Eastern District beats, 17 July

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From RCIPS The RCIPS is pleased to announce two new developments this month that are expected to enhance the already strong working relationship that the Community Policing Department has been building with the public. Late last week the RCIPS received a donation of twenty-two smart phones from Cayman Crime Stoppers, which promises to improve the […]

Cayman Islands Crisis Centre and Rotary Club of Grand Cayman team up during the World Cup

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(George Town, Grand Cayman) – The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), a charity organisation that provides support and shelter to victims of domestic abuse, has launched a public awareness campaign to promote the shelter during the World Cup. Rotary Club of Grand Cayman has teamed up with the CICC with a donation of $1,000 to […]

Ice on Ice event makes record donation to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society

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Hurley’s Media and Z99 recently held the 8th annual Ice on Ice casino and cocktail event at the Marriott Grand Cayman with all proceeds of ticket sales and casino games benefiting the Cayman Islands Cancer Society (CICS). Over 400 people attended the event enjoying a night of casino tables, where gaming chips could be redeemed […]

Women’s Empowerment first 5K run raises money for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre

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Crisis Centre graciously receives $1000 donation from the debut Women’s Empowerment 5k run. (George Town, Grand Cayman) – Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), a charity organization that provides support and shelter to victims of domestic abuse, accepted with gratitude the monetary donation of CI $1000, raised by the Women’s Empowerment 5k run. The race, established […]

The Editor Speaks: Blood

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Last Thursday, another important day passed by with barely a murmur. Strange, because the subject was blood and without it no living creature here on Earth would exist. It is something we take for granted and we must certainly praise the persons who donate this precious liquid. Our Minister of Health, Hon, Dwayne Seymour, sent […]