Green Family Matches $33K Charity Donation

January 22, 2018

The Green Family are donating $33,000 to four local charities, matching the recent generosity to the same charities from former members of The Princess Staff Club.

The family has donated $8,326 each to Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre, Bermuda Diabetes Association, Salvation Army and The Lady Cubitt Compassionate Association [LCCA].

Alexander Green and Andrew Green

Alexander Green and Andrew Green Bermuda September 26 2016

Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre will use the donation for its Equal Access Fund, which is a fund to assist patients who do not have health insurance with cancer treatments and services.

Bermuda Diabetes Association will use the donation towards its Client Assisted Programme, which provides free medicine to people with diabetes that have financial difficulties.

The Salvation Army is using the money for its Family Services unit, to help those in need of benevolence funding during the winter months, while ihe LCCA will use the money in its General Assistance Programme, which provides financial support to people experiencing financial hardship.

Andrew Green, on behalf of the Green Family, said: “We are delighted to assist these four charities that continually strive to provide the utmost care to the residents of Bermuda. Charities depend on donations for the important work that they do within the Bermuda community.”

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  1. Onion Juice says:

    Very nice.

  2. Patricia says:

    Very good but can someone pls show me the books for the Salvation Army. I can’t find anywhere as to what they do with the money raised or donated on island. Appears it is split between here and Canada. Still their website has no information about Bermuda donations and how it is used.

  3. PANGAEA says:

    Are they are being enabled ?

    Freedom has it limitations so long as there exists santuary there is always be people posing who will gravitate for a freelunch.

    Makes me wonder how some people would gravitate to that life style ?

    Who and how was it who brought them to the pit of despair ? not all by choice !

    Feeding candy to people does not solve any problem !

    How many are seniors who have been discarded ?

    The list is growing as the cost of living keeps going UP & UP.

    Where there is free money there will always be a hand to catch it !

    Throwing money at a problem does not fix it.

    Did some one throw them out or did they walk out?

    We have had this perceived problem for over 50 years and nothing my friends is being done about it except enabeling them.

    ” Teach them how to fish”

    ” A” !………. its not my problem, its yours !

    Who is minister for the homeless ?

    I am a senior by 82…… In order to put your selves in business first of all you have to put me out of business.