Tim Dailey was recently awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship in recognition of his outstanding service to Rotary Sunrise.
Mr. Dailey served as fundraising chairman for Rotary Sunrise from 2004 to 2006. During his tenure he and his committee and the members raised more than $100,000.
The group donated $50,000 to the Cayman Islands Cancer Society to help finance the purchase of digital mammogram equipment at the hospital. Other substantial contributions were made to the Hurricane Ivan Recovery Fund and the baby box scheme, where every new baby born in the Cayman Islands is presented with a toy and an early reading book to encourage literacy.
Named after the founder of Rotary, the Paul Harris Fellowship is the major award that Rotary International bestows for a job well done.
Mr. Dailey is the founder and is co-owner of CayShred, a safe document disposal service widely used by the Cayman corporate sector, and Sky Services, a customs brokerage and logistics services company, and FileSafe a secure document storage company.
He is one of the 84 members of Rotary Sunrise, the newest Rotary club in Grand Cayman. They meet for breakfast at the Grand Old House on Wednesday mornings and have fun helping in the community.