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Resolution Re donates $10,000 to Lady Cubbit Compassionate Association

Resolution Re has donated $10,000 to the Lady Cubbit Compassionate Association to provide additional funding to their general assistance programme. The funds will be used to provide food vouchers during this Christmas period.

Veronica Harvey, executive director at LCCA, said: “Covid-19 has depressed all of us. We are experiencing unparalleled requests from families who find themselves in need. Specifically, for this Christmas, we would like to assist families achieve some sense of normalcy in their home during this historically festive season. We extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to Resolution Re and all donors who continue to support the LCCA. We look forward to a brighter 2021.”

Pam Williams, CSR coordinator for Resolution Re, said “The impact of Covid-19 has seen an unprecedented increase in the demand for the LCCAs services under its general assistance programme. We are pleased to support the LCCA’s work and hope this donation will bring some much needed joy during the Christmas period.”

The LCCA was formed in 1932 by Lady Cubitt, the wife of the then Governor, and is one of Bermuda’s oldest charitable organisations. Its mission is to improve the quality of life, health and wellbeing of those in our community who are in medical, financial or emotional need, with particular care and compassion for children and the elderly. To find out more about the LCCA’s work or to donate, visit www.lcca.bm

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Published December 11, 2020 at 12:20 pm (Updated December 11, 2020 at 12:21 pm)

Resolution Re donates $10,000 to Lady Cubbit Compassionate Association

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