Beulah McField has expressed her gratitude that more than 30 employees of insurance company Island Heritage volunteered their time last week to help with the delivery of food to those in need around Grand Cayman.
“It was good that we were able to give our clients a traditional Christmas meal of Cayman style beef, corn bread, coleslaw, rice and beans and vegetable soup through the kind donations of Island Heritage,” said Ms McField, who is director of Meals on Wheels in the Cayman Islands.
Teams of volunteers and representatives from Meals on Wheels delivered traditional holiday food to more than 70 people throughout the island, including community members from East End to West Bay.
Monique Bush, marketing officer for Island Heritage, said the company has always worked with local charities.
“Getting to do some hands on work with the Meals on Wheels organisation was a way of giving during the festive season,” she said.