Sun Life Donates $20,000 To Local Charities

May 10, 2021 | 1 Comment

Sun Life is donating $20,000 to Bermudian charities, with both The Eliza DoLittle Society and the Women’s Resource Center set to receive $10,000 each.

A spokesperson said, “Sun Life announced today a donation of US$ 20,000 to Bermudian charities to recognize the rapid increase in demand for their services at the time of the coronavirus pandemic.

“The Eliza DoLittle Society and the Women’s Resource Center will each receive a donation of US$ 10,000. The Eliza DoLittle Society provides weekly food bank services that include a variety of fresh, frozen and non-perishable items to households with food insecurities.

“The Women’s Resource Center offers mental health counselling support services to Bermudians. The funds will be used to support people who require help due to circumstances related to COVID-19 pandemic.”

“Sun Life always supports the local communities in the countries where we live and work”, said Paul Courtney, Chief Commercial Officer, Sun Life International Hubs.

“In Bermuda, charities see a steady increase in the number of people who need their support. COVID-related stress triggered increased demand for counselling support and food pantry services. In this situation, we feel the need to further support the local charities who help Bermudians in these challenging times.”

“Sun Life has a long history of supporting local charities in Bermuda. Since the start of the pandemic, we donated over $50,000 to Bermudian charities in support of their COVID-19 relief efforts.”

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You can find more information on the links below and also on our dedicated website BermudaCovid.com, which is the most comprehensive resource and historic record available of Bermuda’s handling of the pandemic.

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  1. Connected Community says:

    Thank you Sun Life- you have selected two worthy organisations dealing with our current economic situation and both directly serving members of our community.

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