The Cayman Brac campus of University College of the Cayman Islands has received four computers donated by Maples and Calder.
Maples and Calder CEO Jude Scott said the donation is part of the firm’s role of continuing to play its part in supporting and challenging young people to strive for excellence.
He outlined some of the firm’s initiatives in supporting community projects, adding, “We are also proud to offer an annual scholarship programme whereby applicants may seek sponsorship for either legal or non-legal education assistance with their undergraduate or post-graduate degree.”
The firm’s other corporate donations are matched through Maples’ staff commitment to serving the community in a selection of fundraising activities.
UCCI President Roy Bodden expressed his gratitude to Maples and Calder for their gift which he said will keep the Brac campus “on the cutting edge of IT.”