Charity Day benefits seven non-profits

| 14/04/2019 | 0 Comments
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Representatives from the charities receiving funds with Bryan Hunter of Appleby (fifth from left)

(CNS Local Life): Appleby has held its sixth annual Charity Day, with seven non-profit organisations receiving donations. Each organisation had to demonstrate a genuine need for financial assistance, fall within the child and family welfare, education and animal welfare categories and clearly identify how the funds will be used.

Bryan Hunter, Cayman managing partner, said of the donations, “We are delighted that our charity day programme has been able to support so many local charities in making a difference to our local community. We look forward to continuing this trend for many years to come.”

The organisations receiving funds this year are:

  • Lighthouse School PTA
  • Cayman Islands Crisis Centre
  • Central Caribbean Marine Institute
  • United Against Bullying
  • One Dog at a Time
  • Special Needs Foundation
  • John Gray High School Flight Club

The Charity Day takes place every March and all non-profits within the specified parameters are encouraged to apply. Details for 2020 will be updated once a date is confirmed.

For more information go to the Appleby website 

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