Youth Services gets audio equipment

Government’s Youth Services Unit has received a boost to support outreach programmes from Sagicor General Insurance Cayman Ltd.

The company on Thursday donated C1$2,000 worth of audio equipment to be used for youth development throughout the Cayman Islands.

Sagicor Marketing Manager Ravi Kapoor said the equipment was part of the offices sound system that was placed in storage when renovations were carried out. Rather than discarding the system, Mr. Kapoor said it was decided that a non-profit organization could make use of the audio system.

Youth Services coordinator James Myles said the Unit was delighted in receiving the 300 CD changer pieces of equipment, which they would use to enhance their sound system for events such movie nights, demonstrations and teen disco jams.

Mr. Myles also said the system will be available for lending to other organisations providing they take good care of the system.

The Youth Services Unit supports government and non-government organisations within the Cayman Islands in providing youth programmes and implement the National Youth Policy.