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‘Change for Change’ drive seeks volunteers

It is that time of the year again, when members of the community are asked to gather up their loose change and empty their...
Savannah Primary School students Mikayla Thames (left) and Alyssa Burton use the Compass as a learning aid.

Compass given free to all schools

The Cayman Compass is proud to grant online subscriptions to all educational establishments as part of its community outreach programme. The newspaper, which has been at the heart of the community since 1965, already supplied complimentary print copies to many organisations, including schools. This public-spirited policy has now been extended to digital subscriptions recently introduced by the Compass.

Celebrate seniors on dress down day

This year, more than ever, Meals on Wheels is asking all companies, schools, civic organisations and individuals to join in the effort to show...

Business in brief

Harneys appoints new managing partner Harneys has appointed Nick Hoffman as managing partner of its Cayman Islands office. Marco Martins stepped down on 1...

Put your spare change to good use

That jingling in your pockets or behind your couch cushions could be making a difference in someone’s life.

Coco Fest raises funds for Meals on Wheels charity

This year’s Coco Fest attendees helped contribute to a good cause.

Cayman Water sends aid to Meals on Wheels

Cayman Water and its customers have come together to aid a local charity.

Cayman Water encourages customers to go paperless

Cayman Water and Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels have combined to impact the environment and the community in one fell swoop. Cayman Water, which recently launched its new website, is hoping to entice its customers to go paperless by making a public contribution to charity.

‘Wheels 4 Meals’ rides for charity

The Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association is holding its sixth annual Wheels 4 Meals charity food drive and motorcycle ride on Saturday and Sunday to benefit the Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels program.

EDITORIAL – Minister Bodden: Focusing attention on our elderly

Minister Osbourne Bodden has done well to pick up the mantle on behalf of Cayman’s seniors. Whoever becomes his successors in future governments, it behooves them to carry on this noble cause. What is at stake is nothing less than Cayman’s dignity – and its legacy.

Meals on Wheels gets massive donation

Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels was the beneficiary of more than a ton of food last Thursday, courtesy of the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association.

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