New laptops for after school programme

Cayman National has recently
donated two new Lenovo notebook laptops to St. George’s Anglican Church after
school programme PIN.

Positive Intervention Now (PIN) is
an afterschool intervention programme for at-risk adolescents in central George
Town. The programme which was developed by the Education and Youth Committee of
the St. George’s Anglican Church is now in its second year and runs three afternoons
per week.

A core objective of the PIN
Programme is that each child receives maximum instruction and guidance in a
nurturing, creative environment and to assist their parents/guardians in
providing the necessary parental support.

Chairman of the Board of Directors
for the PIN programme, Pat Bynoe-Clarke, said “We are grateful to the Cayman
National for the donation of computers to the PIN programme. Our children will
benefit significantly as they will be able to conduct research and enhance
their learning via the educational sites which we have identified for them to access.” 

Claudia  Welds, Senior Executive Corporate Communications
at Cayman Nation emphasised that “investing in the development of our children
and youth is fundamental and Cayman National is indeed pleased to have an opportunity
to make this investment through this programme.”