Lively beach crowd supports Feed Our Future

Despite buckets of rain on Saturday evening, supporters of Feed Our Future enjoyed an island paradise feast and dug their toes into the sand for late-night dancing at Camana Bay beach to raise money for the local charity. 

The annual Island Roast benefit raises funds for Feed Our Future, which was set up to provide a direct way to minimize child hunger, improve health and assist educational development through funding nutritional school meals. In 2014/15, it supported more than 300 pupils with a balanced school meal. Feed Our Future also offers shopping smart and healthy, low-cost cooking workshops for the families it assists. Its summer food program is in its second year, helping more than 50 families with weekly groceries. 

Saturday’s beach roast featured a variety of Caribbean fare, prepared and served by some of the leading restaurants’ finest chefs. This year, Feed Our Future also offered a vegan station and a Cuban-style roasted pig with all the trimmings. 

Steel Attitude and Ironshore Muzik Group entertained, as attendees danced and partied all evening long. 

Cayman Compass journalist Elphina Jones contributed to this report. 

Ally Manning, Charmane Black and Claire Scott offer Kombucha at one of the many stations at Saturday

Ally Manning, Charmane Black and Claire Scott offer Kombucha at one of the many stations at Saturday’s Island Roast. – Photo: Maggie Jackson
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