Marsh & Guy Donate $2K To Focus Counselling

July 8, 2015

Marsh and Guy Carpenter made a $2,000 donation to Focus Counselling Service [Focus], a substance abuse intervention agency.

Focus is a charity dedicated to helping adults who suffer from addiction. The organisation offers three phases of assistance: a walk-in outreach clinic, in-patient treatment and supportive living residency. The Marsh donation supports the latter two components.

Focus operates an in-patient treatment centre to help patients safely detox. For individuals who complete this phase, Focus also provides supportive residency, a live-in structured environment designed to support the reintegration of former substance abusers into society as clean and productive members of the community. People living in the supportive residency perform community service and are assisted with job searches and offered counselling, as needed.

Left to right: Alvin Hayward, Facility Manager at Focus; David Ezekiel, Country Corporate Officer of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Bermuda and Chairman of Marsh’s Bermuda Charity Committee; Dr. Leonard L. Astwood, Board Chair of Focus.

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“Focus offers people living with addiction a solution to get clean and to improve their life,” said David Ezekiel, Country Corporate Officer of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Bermuda and Chairman of Marsh’s Bermuda Charity Committee.

“We applaud Sandy Butterfield, the Founder and Executive Director of Focus, and her team for their dedication to this cause and encourage anyone who may need their assistance to reach out to the group.”

“I am grateful and honoured that Marsh and Guy Carpenter have kindly donated to Focus Counselling Service,” said Leonard L. Astwood, Board Chair of Focus.

“We work hard to provide the best treatment and supportive residence to individuals who are making an effort to live a drug free lifestyle, and this donation will help us in our effort to do so. Thank you from the Board and members of Focus Counselling for this donation and for believing in the work that we do.”

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  1. Thanks for your contribution and for showing compassion. I’m sure it will be utilize to its utmost :-) “The most important thing one person can do for another person is to show them that they are necessary.”