Remax recently made a donation to
the summer camp program run by the Rehoboth Ministries at the T.E. McField
Youth & Community Centre, and broker/owner Kim Lund also donated several computers
to the Rehoboth after-school program.
During the school year, Beulah
McField runs the after-school programme with four other teachers. Children from
low- to mid-income families are accepted on a first-come first-served basis, as
space and funding are limited.
Rehoboth’s summer programme caters
to children 5 to 12 years old.
“Rehoboth Ministries, a community
service outreach to the elderly and children of Grand Cayman, is truly thankful
to Remax and to Kim Lund personally for their generosity,” said Ms McField.
“In spite of the economical downturn
it is good to see that there are still civic-minded corporate citizens who are
willing to give to those less fortunate. Thank you.”
She said the programme is in need
of a van to pick up children after school and transport them to the centre,
allowing mothers to actually have a lunch hour.
Mr. Lund said he was proud to
support the programmes.
“The children who I met in the
programme were enthusiastic and looking forward to the new computers that Remax
provided,” he said.
“The next goal would be to enlarge
the programme, as her facility was full, and I am sure there are more children
who would benefit from these fine programmes.”