Charity receives $20,000 donation from 100WF
The 100 Women in Finance (100WF) has made a $20,000 donation to the Centre Against Abuse.
A 100WF gala at the Commissioner’s House on June 17 supported the charity and was attended by financial-services industry leaders, Ginny Ferson, the Deputy Governor, and Michael Dunkley, the former premier.
The CAA provides crisis support services to adult victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and brings awareness to the community by providing building blocks for healthy relationships.
Kareem James, senior relationship manager at Bermuda Commercial Bank, won the raffle prize of two American Airlines tickets, provided by sponsor Worldview Travel.
Members of 100WF are invited to attend its “Let’s Talk Tech” session at the Bermuda National Gallery this Friday.
Those working in Bermuda’s financial-services industries are invited to join 100 Women in Finance by visiting https://100women.org/membership/become-a-member/
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