Project Action Launch Appeal For Two New Vans

December 15, 2015

After 15 years of providing free transportation and over 15,000 rides to seniors and the physically challenged, Project Action is planning to purchase two new vans to meet important transport routes.

A spokesperson said, “Project Action provides a critical service to the mobility challenged, enabling them to get to their medical appointments, grocery shopping and especially to dialysis treatments.

“In order to keep the wheels rolling for another decade, Project Action is launching their “15th Year Appeal” in December to purchase the new vans to cover the East and West Ends of Bermuda. Project Action is the only such service in Bermuda that provides transportation services island-wide to those in dire needs.

“It assists people whose families are unable to provide transportation for them. This includes services to Physically Challenged, who would otherwise not be able to get to work because of the lack of transportation for them.”


“Project Action is a Bermuda Registered Charity number 561. Project Action’s founding directors are Mrs. Judith Stewart, Mrs. Cindy Swan and the late Sir John Plowman. The buses were donated by the late philanthropist David Barber in 1999.

“Current Board Members include Chairperson Mrs. Cindy Swan, Mrs. Kimesha Butterfield, Ms. Patrice Horner, and Mrs. Marie Kent-Smith. Honorary Directors are Mr. Reginald Burrows. Project Action is pleased to welcome new Board Members Mr. Keith Simmons, Mrs. Karen Tucker, and Mr. Ron Davenport.

“We are encouraging the public to support this important appeal. Contributions large and small are welcome. Contact Mrs. Cindy Swan on 535-9801 or Administrator Rose Douglas at the Project Action Office 297-5044 or email Donors are encouraged to make in person or online donations at Butterfield Bank account #20006060282255100.”

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