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LCCA thanks community for tag day support

Dear Sir,

The committee of management of the Lady Cubitt Compassionate Association extends sincere thanks and gratitude to all members of our community who generously donated to our annual tag day fundraiser, held on September 15, 2017.

Special thanks are extended to our individual volunteers and those from other service organisations who willingly gave their time to facilitate the success of our fundraising efforts.

We also thank the businesses and establishments who gave us permission to sell our tags on their premises. We are extremely grateful to companies who held a Denim Day to boost our proceeds and we thank all employees who participated.

The total amount of $25,026 raised from this event will be used in our General Assistance Programme for the benefit of the elderly, children and the less fortunate members of our community. These proceeds allow the LCCA to continue to carry out the ideals and philosophy of our founder, Lady Cubitt. Once again, thank you to everyone for your assistance.


Executive director LCCA

LCCA Tag Day: Governor John Rankin receives the first LCCA Tag from Chairman Cathy Lord (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

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Published November 30, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated November 30, 2017 at 8:21 am)

LCCA thanks community for tag day support

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