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Foodies are preparing their palates for some delectable dishes this weekend. Why? Because the Island Roast is back! Feed Our Future – the organisation focussed...
Each year, the Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman aims to assist up to 200 students through its 'Ready, Set, Snack!' project, but this year demand has increased due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the club said.
Restaurants, food-service companies, volunteers and private citizens continue to donate food to charities and people in need during this unprecedented time. With demand growing for...
A local store will be donating 10,000 masks to frontline workers in Cayman.
The Good Samaritan’s Cayman Food Bank is one of the many local charities stepping up to help the community in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
One of the largest real estate companies in Cayman has started a campaign to support local charities. Organisations such as Feed Our Future, Meals on...
Deloitte staff and partners have donated US$50,000 to help Meals on Wheels and Feed Our Future continue to serve at-risk members of the community.
SMP Partners’ Cayman Islands office supported the 2019 Feed Our Future Century Ride in April, which raised vital funds for the charity.
The Feed Our Future charity will host its Century Bike Ride on Sunday to help raise funds for meals for children in need.
Instead of giving Christmas gifts to clients, recruitment agencies CML and Nova this year decided to donate money to charity.
The KAABOO Cayman festival has announced plans to donate some of its proceeds to local nonprofit agencies on the island.
Deputy Governor Franz Manderson tied on his running shoes for the fifth annual DG’s 5K Challenge on Sunday, which kicked off on Cayman Brac. The race will be contested in Little Cayman for the first time on Saturday, and it will come to Grand Cayman for a grand finale on April 29.
If you own a bicycle and fancy seeing a lot of Cayman while supporting one of the island’s important charities, you may want to sign up for the Feed Our Future Century Charity Ride, scheduled for April 15.
This year’s Deputy Governor’s 5K challenge will support three charitable ventures on Grand Cayman – Meals on Wheels, Feed Our Future and the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman’s “Buy a Kid Breakfast” program.
He may be only 9 years old, but Griffin Macdonald made a big impact with his idea for a charity Christmas card – raising a grand total of $2,956 for local charity Feed Our Future.
Nine-year-old Griffin Macdonald has been granted an early Christmas wish: His design for a festive greeting card is flying off the shelves and raising funds for a local charity.
The outdoor fundraiser featured cuisine by The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, Mise en Place, Smokin’ Bros, Lobster Pot, Catch, Amvivo, Avecita, Agua, Saucha and Vivo, as well as music by the Nathan Herrera duo and DJ Selecta Renegade.
Beyond Basics has joined with Feed Our Future as part of the medical day spa’s 10th anniversary celebration.
About $300,000 cut from the government’s school lunches and uniforms budget is being made up through the efforts of private sector and volunteer organizations, according to the Cayman Islands Ministry of Community Affairs.
The management and staff of Butterfield Bank Cayman Ltd. have donated $5,000 to Cayman nonprofit Feed Our Future. Stacey VanDevelde, chairwoman of Feed Our Future, said the money helps the organization to provide healthy meals to children in need in the community.
Saucha Conscious Living will donate proceeds from the sale of its recently launched kombucha 330 ml and 750 ml bottles to Feed our Future, which provides school meals for children. Stacey VanDevelde said the charity’s challenge is to help at-risk school-age children in the Cayman Islands.
Around 350 people turned out Saturday night for the sixth annual Island Roast to raise money for Feed our Future, which provides free lunches to schoolchildren. The event raised around $40,000. Featuring food from some of the island’s best restaurants, a band and DJ, the event at Coral Beach is the charity’s main fundraiser.
A birthday celebration with others in mind has succeeded in helping out three local charities.
A golf cart built by students at the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre will be auctioned next month for charity.
MUFG Investor Services, the global asset servicing arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, has appointed Mark Catalano as executive director, business development.
To mark its 35th year, which began in December, Foster’s Food Fair is picking a different charity to promote every month in the company’s “Year of Giving.”