Another successful fundraising event has benefitted the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), thanks to HighWater’s annual champagne breakfast.

Traditionally held in December, but postponed due to unforeseen weather, this year’s event took place on 6 January 2018. Staff and members of the community gathered to celebrate the beginning of a new year whilst collecting donations for those affected by domestic violence in Cayman.

HighWater managing director Gary Linford was pleased with the funds raised: “I am happy to announce that a total of US$20,000 is going directly to the Crisis Centre. It is wonderful to give back to a charity that works tirelessly in making a difference to lives affected by abuse. They shine a light for so many, and this is our way of thanking them.”

Executive director of CICC, Ania Milanowska extended her gratitude to the firm: “Each year we are humbled by the support we receive from the community, as this ensures that our doors stay open for victims of domestic abuse. HighWater is a loyal and dedicated supporter, and we thank them for their generous donation.”

Mr Linford commended all attendees on another successful fundraiser: “What a fantastic event. Each year everyone opens their hearts to what is an incredibly worthy cause. HighWater has long stood by the Crisis Centre in the work they do, and we look forward to lending our support in every way we can.”

For more information on the Crisis Centre, please visit CICC.KY or call Ania on 949 0366.


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