Clarien Bank is pleased to announce it has provided a financial boost of $106,000 to six not-for-profit organisations on the Island, as part of its annual giving programme.
Recipients include The Reading Clinic, Family Centre, PALS, WindReach Bermuda, Team Hurricane Basketball Academy and the Construction Association of Bermuda.
The donations were made through The Clarien Foundation, a charitable trust that oversees all charitable efforts and donations made by Clarien. Representatives from the not-for-profit organisations were on hand yesterday afternoon [Tuesday April 2nd] for a check presentation; they included:
- – Construction Association of Bermuda $5,000.00
- – Family Centre $30,000.00
- – PALS $10,000.00
- – Team Hurricane Basketball Academy $5,000.00
- – The Reading Clinic $50,000.00
- – WindReach Bermuda $6,000.00
Ian Truran, Chief Executive Officer of Clarien Bank, said: “On our quest to become Bermuda’s best bank, Clarien has remained committed to investing in the local community. Through financial and in kind support to charities, our aim is to improve the lives of all Bermudians and ultimately strengthen the fabric of our society.
“With this said, it is our pleasure today to be able to support these six not-for-profit organisations as they carry out their important work in Bermuda. We are proud to once again assist The Reading Clinic in its efforts to provide literacy programmes to children pre-school age and up, as well as the Family Centre, which offers early intervention services to children suffering from family based problems.
“This year, we also have the opportunity to assist some not-for-profits for the first time, including Team Hurricane Basketball Academy, Bermuda’s first and original elite youth basketball academy, which aims to build high character student-athletes who bring a commitment and joy to the game. We are grateful to assist each of these organisations as they continue to make strides to better Bermuda.”