Grand Jewelers is working with Cayman HospiceCare in
their efforts to raise funds.
store, in the Morritt’s Tortuga Club & Resort, is donating part of
the profits from all sales in February to Cayman HospiceCare.
In addition, Grand Jewelers will donate a percentage of
monthly sales from their porcelain jewellry boxes to HospiceCare.
Dwene Ebanks, Grand Jewelers general manager, welcomes
the partnership, saying “This is a simple decision for us …. It is an important decision for the owner.
HospiceCare provides tangible care to many in our community during very
challenging times, and [Grand Jewelers] is pleased to do our small part to help
them continue their hands of support to others”.
Jennifer Grant-McCarthy, operations and fundraising
manager for Cayman HospiceCare said she is excited and welcomes the generosity
of Grand Jewelers.
“A community is only as strong as its partnerships. HospiceCare is delighted to see the generous
hands of this business outstretched. We applaud Grand Jewelers for being an
excellent example in our community. It is only with efforts like this we can
continue to offer our specialist nursing services, free of charge to our
patients and their families.”