DO Something! launched

A
campaign called DO Something! designed to bring civic, business and church
organizations together to love and serve the community, utilising sustainable
solutions, launched Thursday with a book signing.

Miles
McPherson, pastor, author and former NFL player, who is also slated to be the
keynote speaker at the Young Caymanian Leadership Awards gala at The
Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman to morrow night singed copies of his book DO
Something! Make Your Life Count at Hobbies & Books yesterday.

The
book-signing event marked the beginning of a campaign that will last until the
end of May. Through a massive three-month volunteerism initiative, the goal is
to see 2,000 volunteers serving and addressing key social issues in the Cayman
community, namely family, education and the environment. 

At
the conclusion of these three months, Miles Ahead – the organization behind the
initiative – will bring a team of approximately 65 volunteers from San Diego
and elsewhere to invest in the Cayman Islands. 
The estimated value of this week to Cayman is approximately $2 million
dollars. 

The
campaign will culminate with a two-day Festival on 14 and 15 May at the Black
Pearl, bringing some of the biggest names in Gospel music together along with
Xtreme Action sports and kids’ activities. 

The
DO Something Cayman campaign is being presented by Miles Ahead in partnership
with the Cayman Ministers Association. 
For more information about the campaign and how to get involved, call
Pastor Al Ebanks on 949.2539.