The Cayman Aids Foundation was flooded out after its office had a plumbing mishap.
A toilet in the building overflowed filling the office with ankle-deep water destroying two computers as well as the wooden floors, the walls and furniture.
C.E.O for the Cayman’s Aids Foundation Noel Cayasso-Smith said the office will be closed for repairs with work done in other locations.
“We’re pretty much down to ground zero the office is now closed until we can get it done, sheet-rock has to be cut and replaced because it also got damaged, curtain boards, so there’s a lot of work which needs to be done here,” Mr. Cayasso Smith said.
The Aids Foundation made the public aware of the dangers of HIV and AIDS…while educating on prevention.
The office also offers support to those with the virus.
Mr. Cayasso-Smith said the building is not insured, leading them to seek a few thousand dollars in extra help to cover repairs and replacements.