Seafarers get help from Higgs Johnson

Cayman’s seafarers received some welcome assistance from law firm Higgs Johnson Truman Bodden & Co who donated $1000 to the Seafarers Association’s Benevolent fund, which helps individual seafarers with unexpected costs such as medical bills.

Gurney Panton, the Seafarers’ Treasurer and Godfrey Harris-McLean, their Office Manager came to the firm’s offices to receive the cheque on behalf of the Cayman Islands Seafarers’ Association.

‘Higgs Johnson Truman Bodden & Co is proud to support all those Caymanian Seafarers who have spent their lives serving our country and who provide the bedrock of Caymanian culture,’ said Cayman Partner Philip Boni.

‘They deserve to be recognised for their contribution to these Islands.’

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