Civil servants go purple to raise cash for BBBS

| 30/03/2015 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

District Administration staff on Cayman Brac ‘dress down’ for Big Brothers Big Sisters

(CNS): Dressing up in purple last week helped civil servants raise $475 for Big Brothers and Big Sisters as well as raise awareness about the mentoring programme among public sector workers. Acting Deputy Governor Eric Bush led a team that presented a cheque to Big Brother Big Sister representative Angela Sealey on the steps of the new Government Administration Building. Civil servants in Cayman Brac raised $70 for the charity.

Big Brothers Big Sisters supports young people’s positive development by facilitating one-on-one relationships between caring adults and children. Rev Stanwyck Myles and others introduced the organisation to the Cayman Islands in the mid-1980s.

Today’s civil service initiative was organised by the Portfolio of the Civil Service and endorsed by the Deputy Governor’s Office.

Cayman News Service

Acting Deputy Governor Eric Bush hands over $405 to Big Brother Big Sister representative Angela Sealey


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