Young people participating in
Junior Achievement programmes are better off thanks to a donation from the
Cayman Islands Water Authority.
The Water Authority donated $4,800
to the programme, which will help it expand and reach more students.
Junior Achievement of the Cayman
Islands is a non-profit organisation committed to providing an experiential
supplement to the business and economic education of high school and middle
school students to help them better understand economics and how businesses are
organised and operated.
Thank you Water Authority for your
contribution together we can make a difference for the youth in our community,”
said Junior Achievement Programme Director Tara McField.