Cayman National supports PIN Students

Students from the PIN after-school programme were presented with a donation of CI$1,000 and sports back packs from Cayman National as they prepared to embark upon their trip to Chicago, Illinois. 

PIN (Positive Intervention Now) is an after-school intervention initiative for primary school students and is developed and administered through the St. George’s Anglican Church. As part of the reward and recognition component of the PIN programme, the children are going on an educational trip to Chicago where they will visit the theatre, museums, parks and the zoo.  

“We are very grateful to Cayman National for their contribution towards making this trip a reality for the students, who worked very hard and are deserving of this special award,” said Pat Bynoe Clarke, 
chairperson of PIN. 

“We are pleased to continue to support the PIN Programme and recognise the difference that programmes such as PIN can make in the lives of the students who benefit from it,” said Claudia Welds, Cayman National’s senior executive. 

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Pat Bynoe-Clarke Chairperson of PIN (left) with student Shakur Ebanks accept Cayman National’s donation. – Photo: Submitted

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