Deloitte named key sponsor of End-to-End

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Deloitte Bermuda has been confirmed as the Platinum Sponsor of the AXA End-to-End event.

This will be the third year in a row that Deloitte has participated in the fundraising event, which will take place on May 4. The company previously hosted a water stop next to the Somerset Bridge.

John Johnston, CEO at Bermuda and Caribbean Region, said: “This sponsorship provides us with the opportunity to express our commitment to making a positive contribution in the communities where we live and work.

“The charities that have been selected by the End-to-End over the years align to Deloitte’s Corporate Social Responsibility pillars — children, education, elderly, and environment.

“This event brings out the best in Bermuda, and Deloitte professionals put their passion, determination, and skills to use for the benefit of others.”

Anne Mello, chairwoman of the End-to-End Charitable Trust, said: “We are delighted to welcome Deloitte as our Platinum Sponsor of the upcoming AXA End-to-End event.

“As one of the most highly regarded companies in Bermuda, Deloitte’s support brings the event needed funds, enhanced community recognition and an active corporate team of participants.”

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Published Jan 29, 2019 at 2:02 pm (Updated Jan 30, 2019 at 11:03 am)

Deloitte named key sponsor of End-to-End

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