CIMA’s Managing Director Mrs. Cindy Scotland (center), Deputy Managing Director – Operations, Mr. Patrick Bodden (fourth from right) and Head of Currency Division, Ms. Deborah Ebanks (far right) present donation cheque to representatives of Sir John A Cumber and George Town Primary School. Also pictured are representatives of event top sponsors: Deloitte, Maples and CIBA.
Missing from photo: Red Bay Primary, Cayman Islands Behaviour Support Services, Bodden Town Primary, Edna Moyle Primary, Prospect Primary, East End Primary and Savannah Primary.
Grand Cayman (19 November 2019) The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA” or “the Authority”) is pleased to announce that its third annual 5K & 10K Charity Walk/Run raised a total of CI$22,896 which surpasses the previous year’s proceeds. The funds were once again donated to the literacy and numeracy programmes within various local government primary schools and learning institutions, namely Red Bay Primary, Cayman Islands Behaviour Support Services, Bodden Town Primary, George Town Primary, Edna Moyle Primary, Prospect Primary, East End Primary, Savannah Primary and Sir John A Cumber.
Providing a strong educational foundation for our students is of the utmost importance and as a community we should all be doing our part to ensure each student is given the tools to succeed.
CIMA’s Managing Director Mrs. Cindy Scotland said, “The Authority takes great pride in being able to host this event for a third consecutive year. Supporting our government schools in their literacy and numeracy programmes will go a long way in ensuring our children’s development. I am extremely pleased to see that the community has chosen to support this worthy cause and I look forward to their continued participation.”
The Authority also extends special thanks to its event sponsors: Deloitte, Insurance Managers Association of Cayman, Maples Group, Cayman Islands Bankers Association, Cayman National Bank, Walkers and Cayman Islands Company Managers Association, as well as the CIMA staff volunteers and other supporting groups.
For a list of the race results, visit www.caymanactive.com.
Next year’s event is scheduled to take place on 24 May 2020.