Crisis Centre boosted

People in urgent need of support
are better off thanks to the Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers’ Association,
which recently donated $5,000 to the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.

 “The Crisis Centre plays a very important role
in the community and as such CIREBA are delighted to be able to support them
this year as one of our chosen charities,” said Association President Jeremy
Hurst of International Realty Group Ltd. 

“The Crisis Centre offers a vital
community support service, reaching out to those that need them in their hours
of greatest need.”

The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre
offers a 24 hour Crisis Line with trained professionals providing assistance
guidance and crisis counselling.

“We are very grateful to CIREBA for
their much needed donation and would like to thank them very much for their continued
support,” said Crisis Centre Chairman Len Layman.

The CICC partners with many
different agencies including the Women’s Resource Centre, Her Majesty’s Prison,
Probation Department, Department of Children and Family Services, Family
Support Unit and Royal Cayman Islands Police Service. They also sit on the
Hedge Fund Cares Child Protection Team.

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