BBFS Donates Christmas Tree To KEMH Ward

December 23, 2014

Bermuda’s Brazilian Football School [BBFS], via a generous donation, has provided and decorated a Christmas tree for the Gosling Ward at the King Edward Memorial Hospital, saying that they look forward to “making this an annual event.”

The tree was decorated by members, parents, and friends of BBFS in order to offer the spirit of Christmas to the young patients, as the school continues to encourage its members to play an active role in the community.


Christine Virgil, Clinical Director, Maternal Child, Bermuda Hospitals Board [BHB], said, “We are delighted that the Brazilian Football School decided to bring some holiday cheer to the children and their families on Gosling Ward.

“On behalf of the BHB, we would like to thank them for your generosity and kindness. As a parent of a child who attended your program, please continue to guide these young men to greatness.”


Cal Blankendal, CEO of BBFS, said, “BBFS is pleased to provide a Christmas tree for the young patients housed on the Gosling Ward. Due to the generous donation from friends of BBFS, we have been able provide some festive cheer to both the staff and patients.”

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