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Gift boxes donated to children in need

Marsh and Guy Carpenter has announced a donation of 80 holiday boxes to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda.

Bowring Marsh employee Jahan Cedenio coordinated Marsh and Guy Carpenter's Big Shoe Box Giveaway in which company employees shopped for and wrapped holiday boxes for the 80 children in BBBS who could benefit from donated holiday gifts.

Patrina O'Connor-Paynter, managing director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda, said: “On behalf of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda I would like to thank Marsh and Guy Carpenter for spreading Christmas cheer to our little ones this holiday season.

“The children's faces lit up when they saw Santa and of course the gifts were a big hit.

“Thank you so much for making our children feel special.”

Jill Husbands, country corporate officer of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Bermuda, and chairman of Marsh's Bermuda charity committee, said: “The holiday season is a time for giving and remembering those who could use a little help, especially children.

“I would like to thank Jahan for his hard work organising this initiative and motivating so many of our employees to give back. We wish everyone a happy holiday.”

Julian Nelson of Bowring Marsh as Santa, with Big Brothers Big Sisters children, from the left: Jahni, Nyoaki, Juanique, Amiyah, A'saiya and Keidel

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Published December 14, 2015 at 11:09 am (Updated December 15, 2015 at 3:03 am)

Gift boxes donated to children in need

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