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Denim & Diamonds dinner to support NCVO

The National Children's Voluntary Organisation (NCVO) is the chosen charity to benefit from the proceeds of the Flowers Sea Swim happening on Saturday, 19...

Cayman Watercolours Calendar unveiled for 2022

What started as a grassroots initiative has blossomed into an important fundraising tool for two local non-profits – Jasmine and the NCVO – while...

Island Heritage CharityDrive is back!

Get ready to take a quick tour of the Island Heritage roundabout this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, so you can show some love and...

Forget Milan, dahling, it’s the Pink Ladies Fashion Show!

Whether you’re looking to de-clutter your wardrobe or snap up a ‘new’ outfit for a steal, the Pink Ladies Fashion Show is the event...

21 people in 2021: Lauren Nelson

With five programmes aimed at assisting Cayman’s children – some of whom are considered at-risk or special needs, or come from low-income homes – National Council of Voluntary Organisations board chair Lauren Nelson sees the potential for how the NCVO can help shape the next generation.

Cayman Watercolours Calendar artwork up for auction

For the last nine years, Jasmine (previously Cayman HospiceCare) has hosted an annual event to raise money for its operation and the National Council...

Helping charities, one mask at a time

Putting a positive spin on a bad situation is usually referred to as taking lemons and making lemonade. In this case, Natasha Casebolt made...

Cruise tourists volunteer at three local charities

Groups of cruise-ship passengers spent their time in Cayman on Friday volunteering at a number of local charities on island.
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Cross-border protocols for commercial courts edge closer

An international forum of senior judges held in London this month paved the way for more cross-border cooperation between commercial courts. The purpose of the forum, organized by the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, Lord John Thomas, who recently visited Cayman as guest speaker at the Cayman Islands Judiciary’s eighth annual Distinguished Guest Lecture Series, was to develop protocols for cross-border collaboration and cooperation.

Breeze Fusion 5K raises funds for schools, charity

More than 300 people took part in the annual Breeze Fusion 5K over the weekend and raised thousands of dollars for two local schools and the National Council of Voluntary Organisations.

Dig deep for NCVO Radio/Telethon

Who can forget the NCVO Radiothon of old, when Olive Miller was firmly ensconced at headquarters on the microphone, appealing to the Cayman public for funds? Families would gather around their FM and AM transmitters, listening for their pledges to be read out and for pleas from drivers trying to find a house that had a donation to give. =

Council of Voluntary Organisations hosts radio/telethon

The National Council of Voluntary Organisations will host its 37th annual radio/telethon at the Prospect Playhouse on Saturday, Oct. 22. The NCVO’s goal is to raise $140,000 to assist and support hundreds of children in the community.

‘Passion for Fashion’ cleans out closets for worthy cause

Have you got clothes in your closet that you just don’t need or wear any longer? Are they in good condition and could they be someone else’s treasure?

Paddleboarders aim to make a splash for Cayman charities

A beach fun day with free paddleboard lessons and a group paddle on Sunday will be the first in a series of events to raise money for foster children and youngsters with special needs in the Cayman Islands.

Valentine’s Mile showcases Cayman’s passion for running

Hundreds of runners hit the road Sunday to take part in the sixth annual Valentine’s Day Mile.

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