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Non-profit school receives corporate support

Impact Mentoring Academy has welcomed a new partnership with Hamilton-based facilities management firm Air Care.

As well as donating $1,000 to the non-profit middle school and high school, which aims to “empower young males”, Air Care will also offer summertime employment to one Impact student.

Brendan Stones, the company's general manager, said: “We believe very strongly in supporting the overall development of Bermuda's young people.

“This is the beginning of what we hope will be a productive and longer term partnership.”

Impact's executive director, Chris Crumpler, said he was thankful for the assistance provided to the school, located at the old Berkeley Institute.

He added: “Without donations and other support like this from the corporate world, Impact couldn't succeed in providing the quality of education and personal development that we do for our young men.”

Making a difference: Brendan Stones, Air Care's general manager, Chris Crumpler Impact Mentoring Academy's executive director, and James Leman, Air Care's manager of business development and customer care

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Published June 29, 2016 at 1:37 pm (Updated June 30, 2016 at 2:52 pm)

Non-profit school receives corporate support

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