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MS Amlin Bermuda has contributed $175,000 towards 26 registered charities throughout the local community.

According to a press release, the firm has directed its attention to groups which focus on the island's youth by supporting education, sports and special needs, and more broadly for senior programmes and families in need.

Charities which have benefited are the Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning, Northlands Primary School, St George's Foundation, Bermuda Senior Islands Centre, Bermuda Society of the Blind, Pathways Bermuda and Foster Parents.

Lisa Finnerty, chairwoman of the MS Amlin AG Bermuda Branch Charity Committee, stated: “As a company with a presence in Bermuda, the support of the local community and economy is very important to us.

“Our charitable giving and volunteering activities on the island allow us to give back to Bermuda, and we see this as an important investment in the community of which we are very much a part of. It is a great pleasure and honour to support these fantastic charities and see them flourish within our local community.”

Gita Blakeney Saltus at Pathways Bermuda said: “We are delighted to announce that the donation received from MS Amlin Bermuda will be allocated to our family programme, which provides integral care for the many families we serve who have been impacted by the disease of addiction.”

Left to right: William Luu (treasurer, Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Foundation), Terrence Smart (chairman, Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Foundation), Lisa Finnerty (HR manager and chairwoman, MS Amlin AG Bermuda Branch), students of Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning Foundation (Photograph supplied)
Left to right: Lindsay Simmons (Foster Parents Association), Theresa Hall and Clifton Lambert (The Bermuda Society for the Blind), Myra Bristol (Bermuda Senior Islanders Centre), Lisa Finnerty (MS Amlin AG Bermuda Branch), Gita Blakeney Saltus (Pathways Bermuda), Kanika Cameron (Northlands Primary School), Charles Penruddocke (The St George's Foundation) (Photograph supplied)

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Published November 08, 2017 at 12:21 pm (Updated November 08, 2017 at 1:26 pm)

Amlin donates to good causes

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