Once again, a construction site is the temporary site of a pop-up medical station for a good cause.
Builders helped boost the number of potential donors for the Caribbean bone marrow registry.
Private companies have been working with the Cayman Islands Cancer Foundation to set up registry stations.
Each swab boosts the chance that people with bone marrow disease can find a donor to help save their lives.
There were just two-hundred potential donors in the registry last September, after today’s additions, the number has tripled.
The Cancer Society says by next year’s Flowers Sea Swim, they would like to have two thousand people registered.