BMA boosts its community outreach
As part of the celebrations to mark its 50th anniversary, the Bermuda Monetary Authority has expanded its community outreach this year to boost five on-island charities through its “Days of Giving” programme.
One of those charities is Family Centre. BMA staff assisted with the charity’s Cup Match tag day and through denim day donations.
This year the BMA is partnering with five registered charities with missions that address areas such as children and families, arts and culture, the environment, education and seniors.
In addition, 21 Bermuda charities will benefit from monies raised by staff who participate in the BMA’s “Charitable Fridays”— internal dress-down days held on the second and fourth Friday of each month in exchange for a minimum donation benefiting the selected charity.
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