The Cayman Islands Gaelic Football club has always supported worthy causes and it recently made a charitable donation to the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.
The centre gets government funding but also relies on the public sector to stay open.
Gaelic club chairman Brian Hurley said: ‘Every year at the club’s Annual General Meeting, we choose a number of local charities that we wish to make a Donation to.
‘We firmly believe that the club should also give back to the local community where and when we can, because for any club to succeed it also needs local support.’
This year they have made a number of CI$1,000 donations to local charities, one being to The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.
Executive Director of the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, Renee Carroll-Grate said: ‘As a charitable organization that provides safe shelter and support services for families who are confronted with domestic abuse, the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre is grateful to the Cayman Islands Gaelic Football Club for its generous donation’.