Nine local charities have come in for a financial boost as a result of Clarien Bank’s annual giving programme.
The bank’s charitable trust, The Clarien Foundation donated a total of $91,000 on Wednesday.
Chief Digital and Marketing Officer, Michael DeCouto said: “Clarien has a long legacy of community involvement and we are proud to once again make donations to these charities who contribute so much to our society.
“The Clarien Foundation is committed to supporting Bermudian charities with the aim of making substantial improvements across youth development, education, health and human services.
“We hope that our contributions will assist these organisations in their valuable work.”
Presentations were made to the following charities:
- Bermuda Equestrian Federation $2,500
- Bermuda Cancer & Health $10,000
- BSMART Foundation $10,000
- Crime Stoppers $5,000
- Eliza DoLittle Society $5,000
- Knowledge Quest $20,000
- The Family Centre $30,000
- WindReach Bermuda $6,000
- Young Men’s Social Club $2,500
Feature Photo Supplied: (Left to right) Troy Lewis (Young Men’s Social Club); Martha Dismont (The Family Centre); Jennifer Mahoney (Eliza DoLittle Society); Allison Figureido (BSMART); Michael DeCouto, Tara Soares (Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre); Kerry Potts (Knowledge Quest); Lindsay Sousa (Bermuda Equestrian Federation); Alexander Macdonald (Crime Stoppers). Not present: Tammalita Astwood (WindReach Bermuda).