Allied World Donates $30K To Help Community

May 2, 2020

Allied World Bermuda has made a donation $30,000 to the Bermuda Hospitals Board, Meals on Wheels, and the Eliza DoLittle Society in order to assist during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A spokesperson said, “Recognizing the great need presented by the impact of Covid-19, Allied World Bermuda has made a donation to three key local organizations. Colm Singleton, Head of Bermuda Office, announced today that it is donating $30,000 to support the Bermuda Hospitals Board, Meals on Wheels, and the Eliza DoLittle Society.”

Mr. Singleton said, ““Covid-19 is placing great strains on our hospital and charities that provide food to those in need.

“As an integral member of the Bermuda community, we wanted to help bolster the resources of these organizations.

“Our donation to the Bermuda Hospitals Board recognizes the pressing need our community is experiencing due to the current health crisis, while the donations to Meals on Wheels and the Eliza DoLittle Society are in recognition of the struggle many Bermudians are experiencing related to food insecurity.

“As a global organization, we are committed to supporting the communities where we do business and strive to build relationships with individuals and companies in those communities.

“To align with our core business, we support charities where we can create the most positive impact, and right now, that focus is primarily in the areas of health care and food insecurity.“

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  1. Community First says:

    Thank you Allied World for your direct donations to such worthy causes. During these difficult COVID 19 times it is wonderful to see our Bermuda corporate sector be so responsive to the struggle of others.

    Food Security for Bermuda is so important and we are quickly realizing it is not well coordinated across the island. There are many wonderful volunteers, churches and organisations doing amazing work and yet we don’t have a clear sense of who is not getting served, where is the duplication or overlap and how long can we continue at this pace?

    Lets hope we sort it out soon. Has anyone produced a map of food distribution services across the island? Not another list – a map.