October 22, 2020

This Saturday (2) MO Mile & NCVO Annual Radio/Telethon!

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2e1ax_polish_entry_momile600The MO Mile Sat Nov 2

A walk on one of our golden Cayman beaches always makes you feel good, and on Saturday, November 2nd you can do some good for others too by joining us for the inaugural MO’ MILE, a beautiful Seven Mile Beach walk from Royal Palms to the Ritz (and back) to raise money and awareness for MOvember 2013 and men’s health issues such as prostate cancer.

It’s a wonderful opportunity for all those not able to grow a MO or participate in MOvember, such as wives, girlfriends, partners and children to be included in this great event. Registration is at 6pm on the beach at Royal Palms and the walk starts at 6:15pm.

The cost is just CI$10 all of which goes to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society. Please wear a blue t-shirt and Glo-bands will be handed out on sign up.

The walk takes approximately 45 minutes at a casual pace – the best speed for optimum enjoyment of sand and sea!

It’s a great chance to enjoy the best of Cayman whilst doing the best for Cayman!

 

ncvologo_000.1NCVO Radio/Telephon

The NCVO’s annual fundraiser takes place on Saturday 2nd November, 2013 at Prospect Playhouse and will be broadcast live from 7pm to midnight on Cayman 27 and Radio Cayman. Viewers can phone in with their donations/pledges on the night to 946-6136; all money raised helps children on island through the NCVO’s Children’s programmes.

There is a variety of fabulous musical entertainment with something to please everyone from pop, rock, island style to country and more; all represented by an amazing line up of entertainers including: Teri Quappe; Gone Country; Barefoot Man; Andy Martin; JR Douglas; Joan Wilson; Heat; Inverse; Swanky; Trinity; Kool Skool; Teri Quappe; Sea N’ B; Gordon Solomon; Little Magic; Bonafide and Hi Tide.

Viewers who make a pledge have a chance to win one or more of over 50 prizes donated by many different companies. Prizes this year include tickets from Cayman Airways, a Blackberry from LIME, spa treatments, meals and numerous gift certificates from popular stores and restaurants around the Island.

The NCVO is a non-profit, charitable organisation that is dedicated to the care, education and well-being of children and families in need of support in the Cayman Islands.

Projects run by the NCVO include:

The Nadine Andreas Residential Foster Home

“Miss Nadine’s” Pre-School

Jack & Jill Nursery

The Caring Cousins Welfare Fund

The John Gray Fund

We invite you and your friends and family to join us on the night of the telethon live at the Prospect Playhouse from 7 pm onwards-there will be free entertainment, finger foods and a great door prize raffle!

For more information or to make a donation to the NCVO prior to the Radio/Telethon, contact the NCVO at 949-2124 or [email protected],

Garry Wilkins

NCVO Chairman

Janice Wilson

NCVO Executive Officer

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