New Hospital Campaign: AIG Donates $100,000

July 23, 2013

AIG Bermuda has made a $100,000 donation to the Why it Matters capital campaign, which is raising funds to upgrade King Edward VII Memorial Hospital [KEMH].

Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Trust [BHCT] is leading this capital campaign with a philanthropic goal of $40 million as a payment towards the cost of the $247 million KEMH Redevelopment Project. The project’s overarching aim is to deliver an enhanced level of hospital care for the benefit of the whole community.


Anthony Philip, President and CEO of American International Company Limited [AIG] said, “We are pleased to be a contributor to this worthwhile project to enhance the delivery of healthcare in Bermuda.” He continued, “Why it Matters to us is because AIG, globally, seeks to improve the communities in which we live and work.”

Philip Butterfield, Chairman of BHCT said, “We are very much thankful to AIG for its support and contribution to the Why it Matters capital campaign. The donation is not only significant to the KEMH Redevelopment Project but to our community as well. Looking forward, we anticipate the full and positive impact the enhanced facility will have on the Island.”

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  1. Oh Shucks says:

    … that’s it? Not saying we don’t appreciate the funds, but c’mon… it’s AIG