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Hotel donates to women’s charity

Shonette Higgins, the manager of Crown & Anchor, left, with Teneika Eve, senior culinary lecturer at Bermuda College, Tim Morrison, the general manager of Hamilton Princess and Beach Club, Elaine Butterfield, the soon-to-retire executive director of the Women’s Resource Centre; Tina Laws, the executive director at the Women’s Resource Centre, and Cheryl Minors, the executive assistant at the Women’s Resource Centre (Photograph supplied)

A charity dedicated to the welfare of women got a $3,500 cash boost from the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club this week.

The Women’s Resource Centre were given the cash after the hotel raised funds during Women’s Month in March.

The hotel raised $1,750 with events such as a casual dress day, and Women’s Month brunches, with a menu crafted by Teneika Eve, a senior culinary lecturer at the Bermuda College.

The funds were matched by the hotel’s owners.

Elaine Butterfield, the WRC’s outgoing executive director, thanked the hotel for its support.

She said the charity’s mission was to be “the leading resource and voice for women in Bermuda and to make the island a community free of inequality and sexism, where women are emotionally and physically healthy, safe, confident and able to realise their potential”.

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Published May 25, 2021 at 1:33 pm (Updated May 25, 2021 at 1:34 pm)

Hotel donates to women’s charity

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