St George’s Trust Company donates to vaccination clinic
St. George’s Trust Company has donated $5,000 to the Bermuda Hospital Charitable Foundation to support the BHB’s KEMH Covid vaccination clinic.
The Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Foundation last week launched an appeal together with the Bermuda Hospitals Board for funding the Covid-19 vaccination clinic at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
St George’s, a Bermudian-based trust company established more than 50 years ago, responded to the appeal alongside other local companies and donors.
Kevin Gunther, president of St George’s Trust Company Limited, said: “We enthusiastically support the KEMH vaccination clinic. It is performing a crucial task for our community, ensuring vaccines are readily available to Bermuda residents. It is vital that the clinic’s important mission to protect and promote the health and safety of our community not be curtailed by financial constraints.
“We are proud to play a part in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and look forward to the island reaching herd immunity as soon as possible. This will in turn aid tremendously with helping our economy and people get back on track.”