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Rubis donates to child breakfast programme

Rubis Energy Bermuda has promised $10,000 to a charity that provides students with breakfast each day.

The company has donated $5,000 to the Coalition for the Protection of Children and will donate a further $5,000 next January.

The funds are to be put towards the charity’s Breakfast for Every Child programme.

Said Rubis general manager David Rose: “Rubis recognises that the pressures of today’s social and economic conditions are challenging Bermudian families in their desire to provide some of the basic necessities. The BFK programme ensures that a segment of Bermuda’s public school students will receive a consistent, full, balanced meal to start their day.”

Residents can use any of the BFK drop boxes at Rubis to make a donation to the programme.

Useful website: www.rubis-bermuda.com

Rubis Energy Bermuda presents a cheque for $5,000 the Coalition for the Protection of Children to help supply meals for their breakfast programme for students. Pictured from left to right are Rubis CEO David Rose, Coalition director Nicola Feldman and Rubis employee Daniella Adams. (Photo by Akil Simmons)

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Published June 04, 2013 at 12:44 pm (Updated June 04, 2013 at 12:44 pm)

Rubis donates to child breakfast programme

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