When people get sick with life threatening illnesses, they won’t have to look far for aid and support, the community has their back.
This past weekend, various events took place across the Island from a casino night to a water slide. All supporting a common goal, to make the lives of those who are suffering with cancer more comfortable.
“All these funds will be a huge help locally in the community, to breast cancer patients and survivors, it allows us to do much more than we would have normally have been able to do with the funding that we had, so these funds will,” said Kim Lund, Director of the Cayman Islands Breast Cancer Foundation.
“You know we are fortunate to have people do this kind of thing because it gives us a chunk of money, which really isn’t a very business like kind of word, but it’s a big amount of money, that allows us to make a big difference for the programmes and the things that we do to help people in the community,” said Jennifer Weber from the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.
Information about these two charities can be found on our website.