Ogier recently donated 15 of their computers to local charities following a recent upgrade to their systems.
The Pines retirement home received four computers which, directors and staff will use for general administration. Sue Nicholson, manager of The Pines, said “We are very appreciative of this donation and the continued support offered by Ogier.”
Ogier also donated computers to the National Trust, the Rehoboth After School Programme, the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre and to a student from Clifton Hunter High School.
Charmaine Bush of the crisis centre said, “The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre is delighted to receive the donated computers from Ogier. This contribution along with a recent donation to purchase two new computers allows us to upgrade all of our computers.”
Peter Cockhill, managing partner at Ogier, said, the firm is committed to supporting the local community in many ways. “These computers once served us well, and donating them to local charities is a worthwhile endeavour as well as contributing to the preservation of the environment through recycling.”