Civil servants boost Kiwanis cause

Civil servants dressed in blue or yellow last week as part of a charity fundraising effort. 

Throughout the week, the civil servants raised around $500 for the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman, which celebrated 40 years of service last week with a Dress for a Cause Day fundraiser. The donations will benefit youth projects in the Cayman Islands. 

Deputy Governor Franz Manderson presented the funds to Kiwanis representative Martina Jackson on Friday, July 31, at the Government Administration Building.  

The Portfolio of the Civil Service invited civil servants to dress in blue or yellow, the club’s colors, and those who chose to do so were asked to make a donation to Kiwanis representatives who were in the Government Administration Building lobby on Monday and Thursday. 

Deputy Governor Franz Manderson, second from left, presents a check to Kiwanis representative Martina Bodden as a donation from the civil service.

Deputy Governor Franz Manderson, second from left, presents a check to Kiwanis representative Martina Bodden as a donation from the civil service. He is accompanied by Portfolio of the Civil Service Chief Officer Gloria McField-Nixon, right, and other civil servants wearing blue as part of the fundraiser activities.
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