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.”