Ernst & Young supports mammogram campaign

Ernst & Young has joined the growing list of businesses that have made a significant contribution to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society’s fundraising programme when it donated CI$10,000 towards the purchase of a new digital mammogram machine.

Mammogram campaign

From left, Christine Sanders, General Manger of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society; Dr. Sook Yin, Medical Director of the Cayman Islands Cancer Society; Brian Fitzgerald, Manager, Ernst & Young; and Dan Scott, Managing Partner, Ernst & Young. Photo: Submitted

‘We are delighted to support the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and applaud them for their efforts in this worthwhile cause,’ said Dan Scott, Managing Partner of Ernst & Young in the Cayman Islands. ‘We wish them every success in acquiring this technology so that every woman living in Cayman may benefit.’

Dr. Sook Yin, Medical Director for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society, in thanked Ernst & Young for its generous donation.

‘We are truly grateful for this donation. Ernst & Young has demonstrated its commitment to the welfare of women living in Cayman. This is a very significant donation that will help us achieve our fundraising goal.’

The Cancer Society will donate the new digital mammogram machine to the Cayman Islands Hospital.

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